A 2021 Housing and REO Outlook: What to Expect and How to Prepare

October 6, 2020 @ 1pm ET / 12pm CT / 11am MT / 10am PT


About this webinar:

Join our panel of seasoned housing market veterans for how to think ahead to, and prepare for, 2021 when millions of borrowers will emerge from forbearance.

Speakers Include:

Allan Weiss, founder of Case-Shiller Weiss and of Weiss Analytics, will share macro-economic factors likely to influence the 2021 housing market and how servicers and investors can evaluate properties for underlying appreciating or depreciating indicators.

Sean Ryan, founder and CEO of Aspen Grove Solutions, is a twenty-year veteran in the default servicing space and is responsible for innovation of Aspen’s platforms for default servicing, property management and borrower engagement. Aspen’s April, July and September white papers on modeling default projections and measures that servicers might take to prepare were widely recognized for their cogency. Sean will discuss these models and his thoughts in this webinar.

Joe Chappell, EVP at Covius, will take an operator’s view of designing processes and modeling capacity to assist borrowers exiting forbearance, using leading borrower indicators as well as external data, including MBA data, and models like Aspen Grove's.

Pete Pannes, Chief Business Officer of Covius, will speak to best practices servicers can execute today to optimize REO execution for 2021, including asset management and auction through platforms like RealtyBid.com. While REO inventory has been at historic lows, now is the time to test the readiness of your teams, tactics and strategies.

Thank you for your interest. Registration for this event is now closed. Please contact us for more information.

Attendees will learn:

  • What macro-economic factors will influence the 2021 housing market and appreciating and depreciating MSAs
  • How to consider modeling for borrower in-flows and out-flows and needed operational capacity
  • Three best practices to test now for 2021 REO inventory