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Capital Markets Today

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Produced by Capital Markets Today, host Louis Amaya, discusses capital markets, whole loan /MSR/ secondary trading, real estate and mortgage lending with industry experts.

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John Dolan's contact Info provided at the end of the podcast. Back in July, Redfin paid $610,000 for a two-bedroom single family home in Las Vegas and a few weeks later put it back on the market for $674,900. However, Las Vegas quickly... more

Recently a nonprofit came under fire via an article published by a local NPR office in the California bay area, KQED. Southside Community Development and Housing Corporation (SCDHC), a 501(c)(3) with operates its asset management... more

As the nation struggles to get back to some type normalcy, the reality is that we will see further shutdowns as we head into the winter months. It's impossible to forecast the full economic and financial impact of the pandemic, but we do know... more

In the past few months millions of people have lost their jobs and we have seen the most rapid spike in unemployment in history. This is not your typical unemployment event and the way the government reports the unemployment... more

Welcome to Capital Markets Today. I will be producing a series of podcasts that help explain to potential investors why distressed debt, specifically, distressed real estate or (REO) and mortgage loans (NPL) may be a good investment to include... more

The latest long-term mortgage default projections from many analyst is now hovering around 7%. This number will be bifurcated by loan product with FHA loans seeing the bulk of the defaults. However, this number is pure... more

In April, the unemployment rate increased from 4.4% to 14.7%, the largest one month increase in history. It is likely that the unemployment rate hits 20% in May and some forecast a 25% unemployment matching that of the Great... more

The COVID-19 crisis, like the subprime mortgage crisis a decade ago, has sparked major public interventions to stabilize the financial markets. But the Fed isn't stepping in to bail out the real estate sector — and the big losers... more

For distressed debt buyers, it could be the calm before the storm. Some deals are floating about with investors pricing them as a sort of reconnaissance exercise to determine the bid/ask levels. The first wave to hit was leveraged lenders, but... more
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