Matthew's Stories

However, Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner firmly believes that the economy will continue to grow. Here's his 2022 housing forecast
Nov 17
Although rates will rise, they will remain very competitive when compared to historic averages, and it would take a significantly greater increase in rates to negatively impact prices. Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner explains why
Nov 10
Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner dives into how consumers feel about the market based on Fannie Mae's latest Home Purchase Sentiment Index survey. The incremental shifts across the results indicate that consumers are feeling the market cool
Sep 29
Looking for a little clarity on the news? Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner dives into recent housing data releases and predicts how the market will fare
Aug 31
Opinion
Anyone believing but there will be a flood of homes that will be foreclosed on either toward the end of this year or in 2022 is likely to be disappointed. Here's a closer look
Jul 27
Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner dives deeper into the topics of inflation and home values, explaining why, contrary to popular opinion, inflation-adjusted house prices really haven’t skyrocketed
Jun 29
This week, Inman looked at what you should know about pending sales, new-home sales and existing-home sales. Here, Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner dives into where the market stands on those metrics and more
Jun 4
Opinion
Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner dives deeper into the timeline of events that led to the 2007 crash, comparing then and now. Here's why he speculates there's no real reason to expect a widespread, systematic decline in home prices in the foreseeable future
May 26