Posts Tagged ‘Dan Green’

Mortgage Auld Lang Syne

by. Dan Green As we start the new year there's no disputing we've sung our last Auld Lang Syne for at least eleven months. But there's something about the song that bears thinking about. First [...]

The trick

The trick

Perhaps you’ve seen our recent article The Trickiest Shift.  In it we talk about two important characteristics of the 2014 mortgage market.  We are likely entering a long-term, rising rate environment, one that could [...]

The dreaded question, Part II

The dreaded question, Part II

A month has gone by since I posed the “dreaded question”: Where do homebuyers come from?  Quick review. They come from three places: non-owner/non-renters (NONRs), renters and current homeowners.  First-time homebuyers emerge from the [...]

The trickiest shift

By: Dan Green Mortgage industry ups and downs are nothing new, it being one of the more cyclical financial service segments. This makes it fascinating and interesting: mortgage companies require careful, thoughtful management in order [...]

The dreaded question

The dreaded question

It's not hyperbole to say every parent of children between the ages of three and six dread THE QUESTION.  You know which question I am talking about.  It's so anxiety provoking I can't even write [...]

Groundhog Day

Groundhog Day

Where I am from in the frozen northern Midwest, winter is always coming.  Even in the middle of summer when temperatures are in the middle 90s and humidity is as high, Frosty the Snowman's seemingly [...]

A Once in a Lifetime Opportunity

A Once in a Lifetime Opportunity

By. Dan Green, EVP, Marketing, Mortgage Cadence The housing market is in recovery; most economists and many of us involved in the industry agree. Low rates are, perhaps, the biggest contributing factor. And they are [...]

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