Jesse joins The Housing Hour to discuss the economic environment and how it can effect mortgage rates. We talk about the present strong home buying market and the bidding war that is occurring. In our second and third segments, we turn our attention to present economic conditions that can effect the mortgage rates in near and long term. You don’t want to miss this show as we unwrap terms with our marketing expert like: the bidding war, inflation,deflation,bond bubble,liquidity gap,liquidity void,the historic wage vs production gap and the future of FNMA/Freddie Mac.
So grab your cup of Joe with the boys at 8am and be prepared to find on whats going on out there!
Jesse a. Lehn: As executive vice president of operations, Jesse works hand-in-hand with MIG’s division managers to improve efficiencies within their respective operations. His focus on team development and training touches all aspects of the business, ensuring a company-wide commitment to offering first-class customer service while addressing each division’s independent needs for growth. Under Jesse’s leadership, division managers have incorporated processes that allow them to measure progress and identify areas for improvement, including ways to use technology to its fullest potential. Jesse joined MIG in 2007, lending his experience as a mortgage loan trader to the company’s secondary marketing efforts. Today, MIG benefits from the nearly two decades of industry experience he relies on to strengthen the company’s business practices at every level.
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