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Fox Business Network - Varney & Co.

Friday, January 13, 2023

Alan joined Fox Business Network to discuss how new construction is playing a role in increasing the current housing supply. Hear his insight on how incentivizing buyers could be the only way to move inventory.

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HousingWire - Debunking the housing inventory myth in preparation for 2023

Thursday, January 12, 2023

Ivy's thoughts were referenced in this article regarding the lack of housing inventory given work from home and interest rates. Recency bias, or the belief that recent events will occur again soon, keeps many of us, like the Fed, looking through the rearview mirror, missing what’s ahead.

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CNBC - Closing Bell with Sara Eisen

Wednesday, January 11, 2023

Dennis was featured on CNBC discussing the consumer price index insight throughout 2023. “Our data is showing that there is deceleration…but the question is how quickly that deceleration unfolds.”

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Business Insider - Home prices are falling at the fastest rate in 15 years...

Monday, December 12, 2022

In a recent interview with Ted Oakley of Oxbow Advisors, Ivy's perspective on mortgage rates and the housing market demand were referenced within this article, "If we don't see any type of improvement in the economy and rates are stubbornly higher than 6%, I think you are going to see pricing continue to decline."

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CoStar - This Sun Belt City Had the Biggest Drop in US Apartment Rent in November

Thursday, December 8, 2022

North Carolina’s capital had the biggest monthly drop in rents among major U.S. apartment markets where rates fell in November, the latest sign the nation's surge in rent increases is easing. This past week, Ivy was a guest on the Walker Webcast. She provided her thoughts on what's happening now with rent levels saying, "The October numbers were pretty ugly."

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Fortune - A 20% home price decline? 7 forecast models are leaning crash...

Wednesday, December 7, 2022

In a recent article about home prices and the fed tightening of rates, Zelman & Associates was referenced with our forecast where U.S. home prices might be headed: "Back in the summer, the boutique research firm forecasted that U.S. home prices would fall 4% in 2023 and another 5% in 2024. Fast-forward to November, and Ivy Zelman, founder of the firm, says we could now see a 20% peak-to-trough decline."

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Business Insider - Ivy Zelman, who famously predicted the 2008 housing crash...

Wednesday, December 7, 2022

The Fed's fight against inflation has led to high mortgage interest rates, cooling housing demands. Alan provided his thoughts on the housing downturn which could be "a multi-year process as buyers and sellers are both likely to stay on the sidelines if they are unsatisfied with the offers they receive, or if higher rates dismay them."

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Walker & Dunlop - Walker Webcast - State of CRE with Kris Mikkelsen, Ivy Zelman, and Aaron Appel

Wednesday, December 7, 2022

In this episode, Willy welcomes Kris Mikkelsen, Ivy Zelman, and Aaron Appel. Kris Mikkelsen is the Executive Vice President of Walker & Dunlop Investment Sales and is responsible for the origination and execution of investment sales and equity capital raise for multifamily assets focusing on the Southeastern markets. Ivy Zelman is the Executive Vice President of Walker & Dunlop Research and Securities. She is also the CEO of Zelman & Associates, a leading housing research and investment banking firm acquired by Walker & Dunlop in 2021. Aaron Appel is the Senior Managing Director of Capital Markets at Walker & Dunlop. He focuses on sourcing and structuring financing for all commercial real estate asset classes nationally.

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Business Insider - Zelman & Associates called the housing market's downturn long before it started.

Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Alan believes the housing market won't recover any time soon and a housing market recovery will take years. He said, "We were seeing levels of inflation, at least in our part of the world, housing, that clearly were not healthy, clearly were not sustainable," he said. "It should have been clear to everybody that if things continued at that level that there were going to be problems."

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The Wall Street Journal - Builders Say They’re Ready for This Housing Slowdown...

Monday, October 24, 2022

Surging mortgage rates have quickly turned the tables for would-be buyers qualifying for loans. As a result, a slowdown of qualified buyers have significantly decreased. The Las Vegas market is already seeing a meltdown. Ivy provided her thoughts saying, “How rapidly things have deteriorated is pretty remarkable,” but “there’s a huge difference from the go-go days of exotic mortgage products and no money down,” with the latter quote referring to the loose lending environment before the 2007 crisis.

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