Please joins us, on Monday, May 18, at 1 PM ET | 10 AM PT for a webinar to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the US Housing & Housing Finance market. This will be a 90 minute session with two panel discussions. Details on the sessions can be found below.
|1:00 PM: How will Housing Fare in the COVID-19 Crisis?
COVID-19 lockdowns have hit the housing and mortgage markets hard. Policymakers are working to cushion the blow, but house price declines and rising mortgage defaults appear likely. In this panel, we assess the fallout of the crisis on housing and mortgage markets and what more can be done to support these critical markets
- - Mark Zandi, Chief Economist, Moody’s Analytics
- - Jim Parrott, Nonresident fellow at the Urban Institute and owner of Parrott Ryan Advisors
- - David H. Stevens, CMB, CEO of Mountain Lake Consulting, Inc.
|1:45 PM: Housing update with Moody’s Investors Service
The coronavirus outbreak has crippled the economy and lead to soaring unemployment, mortgage loan forbearance, reduced rental payments and a slow-down in new home construction. Moody's Investors Service analysts will discuss the impact of this crisis on non-bank lenders, servicers, homebuilders, RMBS, REITS and State Housing Finance Agencies.
- - Financial impact of mortgage forbearance on state housing finance agencies
- - Resilience of REITs to short-term shocks
- - Non-bank mortgage companies: Tight liquidity drives industry turmoil
- - Coronavirus-tied aid supports RMBS pool performance, bond effects vary by structure
- - The impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the demand for homes and homebuilding operations
- - Rachael McDonald, Vice President-Senior Credit Officer, Housing, US Public Finance
- - Philip Kibel, Associate Managing Director, CRE-REITs
- - Warren Kornfeld, Senior Vice President, North American Banking
- - Yehudah Forster, Senior Vice President, US RMBS
- - Natalia Gluschuk, Vice President- Senior Analyst, Homebuilding and Building Products
Join this timely webinar to better understand the impact of the COVID-19 virus on the U.S. housing market.