New Mortgage Market Trends in the Wake of COVID-19

Within a matter of mere weeks in March, the mortgage industry underwent massive changes. New market trends have emerged in the wake of COVID-19, and the housing market has drastically changed course from the beginning of the year.

Here to guide you through it, CoreLogic Chief Economist Frank Nothaft is joined by mortgage industry experts and economists to review and educate you on new trends that are developing. This includes perspectives on the impact of COVID-19 to Conventional, Government and Private RMBS mortgage markets.

Company: CoreLogic

Date & Time: May 7th, 1pm CST

Patrick Kiser

Principal, Product Management, Mortgage Performance Data Content & Non-Agency RMBS

CoreLogic
Peter Carroll

Exec, Public Policy & Industry Relations, Government Relations

CoreLogic

Frank Nothaft

Executive, Chief Economist, Office of the Chief Economist

CoreLogic

Eric Kaplan

Director, Center for Financial Markets

Milken Institute

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