Podcast: Do We Finally Have A Mortgage Rate Lockdown Problem?

Today’s podcast goes over something that I never used to believe in before, but I have opened the possibility of the U.S. having a mortgage rate lockdown issue.

https://www.housingwire.com/podcast/logan-mohtashami-on-a-potential-mortgage-rate-lockdown/

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I wrote about this issue today and tried to give some short and long historical context to this discussion. I also focused on what happened this year when mortgage rates jumped from 5.25% to 6.25%.

https://www.housingwire.com/articles/do-we-have-a-mortgage-rate-lockdown-problem/

Tomorrow morning I will be on Squawk Box to talk about the United States rental market and CPI Tuesday. Don’t forget, Shelter inflation is 43% of core CPI, so it’s a big deal.




New: 9/13/2022 interview on CNBC on why shelter inflation will lag, and the growth rate cooling is a 2023 story. This interview was done before the CPI report. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XiNBrYmVybo

Today at the Future Proof 2022 event, I met some FinTwit friends.
Michael and Ben from Animal Spirits, Sam Ro and Callie Cox.




I hope to see some of you soon as I will be traveling to Las Vegas, Boston, Miami twice, Nashville, and San Diego and speaking at other events before the year ends.

The 2022 HousingWire Annual Event will be held in Scottsdale, Arizona, October 3-5th.
Please use my Logan22 code for a discount to attend. Registration here.

https://www.housingwireannual.com/





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Logan Mohtashami is a Lead Analyst for Housing Wire, financial writer, and blogger covering the U.S. economy with a specialization in the housing market. Logan Mohtashami, now retired, spends his days and nights looking at charts and nothing else