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Delaware mortgage bankers to host Moody’s Analytics expert

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The Delaware Mortgage Bankers Association on June 6 will host a renowned economic analyst to share his research on the current residential housing market.

Andres Carbacho-Burgos, PhD, is a director and head housing economist at Moody’s Analytics, a global provider of financial intelligence. He will provide insights on the local and regional market for both new home sales and existing home sales, information that will give real estate professionals an edge in the market.

His study of “National and Local Housing Trends” includes information on home pricing, credit quality, debt performance, job growth, and other factors that impact buying and selling real estate. Carbacho-Burgos also will provide his prediction of what lies ahead in the market.

“This is the kind of intelligence that helps real estate professionals to thrive,” says Amy Libonate, president of the Delaware MBA. “We in the Delaware mortgage banking community are committed to providing knowledge that will keep our local market strong and vibrant.”

As a recognized community leader, the Delaware MBA provides a vehicle to drive advancement of members of the real estate community through meaningful educational forums, as well as active lobbying.

The event, from 9-11 a.m., on June 6, takes place at White Clay Country Club and includes continental breakfast. RSVP by May 31, 2019 to www.delawaremba.org/events

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