MREX Blog

January 15, 2022   |   podcast by MREX College

Relations between the different components of the real estate investment process

In this episode, we have the pleasure to receive Brian Pelligrini, CFA, Founder and Senior Analyst at Intertemporal Economics to talk about the relations between the different components of the real estate investment process
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January 13, 2022   |   podcast by Christian Bordeleau

Myths and Real Estate : The Economics of Public Policy

In this first episode of Myths and Real Estate, we have the pleasure to receive Steve Pomeroy. Steve Pomeroy is Head of Focus Consulting Inc. and Senior Research Fellow for the Centre for Urban Research and Education (CURE) at Carleton University.
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January 12, 2022   |   podcast by MREX College

Sticking to a strategy in investment

Nikolai Ray CEO of MREX and professor in Real Estate Financial Engineering along with Dr. Christian Bordeleau Ph. D in economics, CFO of MREX, and Armed Forces veteran. In this episode, we have the pleasure to receive Brian Pelligrini, CFA, Founder and Senior Analyst at Intertemporal Economics to talk about getting back to the basics.
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December 28, 2021   |   podcast by MREX College

Immigration, Unemployment and Supply Chain

In this episode, we have the pleasure to receive Brian Pelligrini, CFA, Founder and Senior Analyst at Intertemporal Economics to talk about immigration, uneployment and the supply chain.
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December 9, 2021   |   podcast by MREX College

Analysis of the Current Market

In this episode of Real Estate Financial Economics, we discuss the state of the current market. Hosted by Nikolai Ray CEO of MREX and professor in Real Estate Financial Engineering along with Dr. Christian Bordeleau Ph. D in economics, CFO of MREX, and Armed Forces veteran. In this episode, we have the pleasure to receive […]
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July 22, 2021   |   article by Chahinez Dib

New home sales dropped by a larger amount than expected

According to recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau, new home sales in May occurred at a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of $769,000, dropping to the lowest level since May 2020.
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July 10, 2021   |   article by Chahinez Dib

2021 Eviction Moratorium Extended Until July 31

As millions of Americans continue to struggle financially and businesses fight to stay open, renters worry about the possibility of eviction when they are unable to meet their rent. But on June 29, the Supreme Court rejected a request to lift the federal ban on eviction—set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)—and […]
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July 8, 2021   |   article by Chahinez Dib

U.S. home prices hit new high in May

According to new data from Realtor.com, the U.S. median home price reached an all-time high of $380,000 in May, up to 15.2% compared to last year—but lower than the previous month’s growth rate of 17.2%.  Realtor.com looked at the 300 largest metropolitan areas in the U.S. and ranked them by their sale price increases since […]
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July 1, 2021   |   article by Chahinez Dib

U.S. monthly rents hit the highest level in two years

According to a recent report by Realtor.com, monthly rental prices across the United States are growing faster than their pre-pandemic rates. With vaccination rates rising and the economy slowly reopening in the U. S, the national median rental price hit the highest two years in May. According to the report, the median national rental reached […]
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June 24, 2021   |   article by Chahinez Dib

Interest rates held near zero but Fed expects two increases by 2023

The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) announced in a statement released last Wednesday they kept interest rates close to zero percent, but Federal officials expect two increases by 2023. “The Committee seeks to achieve maximum employment and inflation at 2 percent over the longer run,” reads the statement from FOMC.  With the progress of vaccinations […]
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