Smash That Crystal Ball! David Luna Shares the Future of the Mortgage Industry

60 minutes

Categories: Hot topics | Featured Speaker

Wondering what the future holds for the mortgage industry in 2024? You don’t need a crystal ball – you just need David Luna, President of Mortgage Educators and Compliance.

There’s no denying we’re in uncertain times. Given federal interest rate hikes, low inventory and economic recession concerns, what can we expect for the next 6 months? What should you prepare for? There are so many questions concerning the outlook for originations and regulation!

Join us for an enlightening 60-minute session as David addresses these questions:
- Will mortgage interest rates continue their roller coaster ride up and down?
- How will the conflicts around the world exert influence on the economy?
- Housing inventory – what’s really the problem?
- What are the housing stock predictions?
- Is inflation under control?
- Will the Federal Reserve keep raising the federal funds rate?
- What will happen to the economy if we go into a full recession?
- Will builders construct affordable housing?
- How does all this influence first-time homebuyers?

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David Luna

David Luna is President of Mortgage Educators and Compliance, an NMLS approved education provider. He has served as Commissioner and in several executive positions for banks, credit unions, mortgage bankers, and brokerages throughout his career. David has more than 35 years of experience in the mortgage industry. He currently spends most of his time traveling from coast to coast training mortgage professionals. David combines his wit, ample experience, and natural flare for teaching to entertain even the most seasoned industry experts. He has served on national and state boards and holds several national and state certifications. David has been a consultant for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, as well as other large national banks and lenders. He has been featured in Mortgage Technology Magazine, National Mortgage Press, NBC, CBS and ABC.