MBS Highway Blog

Fed Chatter, Omicron and Mixed Jobs Data Caused Market Volatility

There were some mixed messages regarding November job creations while home prices continued to rise in October. Plus, the new Omicron COVID variant and Fed chatter regarding inflation led to volatility in the markets.

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Consumer Inflation Hits 30-Year High

A full serving of news on inflation, housing and the economy was reported ahead of Thanksgiving,...

Exclusive Insight and Analysis with Barry Habib and Ivy Zelman

Don’t miss this critical update on the housing market as Barry Habib sits down with Hall of Fame...

Builders Confident Despite Supply, Lot and Labor Shortages

The high demand for homes around the country has helped homebuilders remain confident, despite...

Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) Overview

Buying a home is one of the biggest financial decisions people make, one that has the potential...

Wholesale and Consumer Inflation Continue to Rise

Fall has ushered in cooler temperatures and hotter inflation, which is having an impact on...

Job Creations, Home Price Appreciation and the Fed’s Taper Plan

The first week of November was filled with headlines on job creations, home price appreciation...

Understanding the Latest Housing and Inflation Headlines

News regarding new home sales, home appreciation and inflation all made headlines. But what does...

Builder Confidence Moves Higher

Demand for homes and builder confidence remain strong, despite low inventory and ongoing supply...