**Housing Market Outlook: Challenges and Opportunities**
Uncertainty continues to describe the housing market and mortgage industry in 2023. What you can be sure of is a thorough analysis of the situation – and its potential opportunities – during this timely webinar.
Join CoreLogic’s Chief Economist Selma Hepp as she takes a deep dive on how inflation and federal policy have impacted recent trends in the housing market, including buyer and seller trends, single-family rental market trends, and trends in home prices – both nationally and regionally.
Her data-driven fresh take will also cover:
- Mortgage performance outlook
- Elevated mortgage rates and their impact on housing sentiment
- Investor purchase activity and the impact on home prices and rents
Executive, Research & Insights and Chief Economist
Selma Hepp holds the title of Executive, Research & Insights and Chief Economist for CoreLogic. In this role, she leads the Economics team and is responsible for analyzing, interpreting and forecasting economic trends in real estate, mortgage and insurance.
Prior to joining CoreLogic in 2020, Selma was Chief Economist and Vice President of Business Intelligence for Pacific Union International, later acquired by Compass, where she oversaw the vital economic and technology intelligence to drive the expanding brokerage’s success. She also held the role of Chief Economist for Trulia; Senior Economist for the California Association of Realtors; and Economist and Manager for Public Policy and Homeownership research for the National Association of Realtors, as well as a special research assistant at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Selma frequently appears on local and national radio and television programs and has been widely quoted in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times and many industry trade publications such as National Mortgage News and HousingWire. Selma recently received the HousingWire Women of Influence Award in 2022.She earned her M.A. in economics from the State University of New York, Buffalo and a Ph.D. from the University of Maryland.