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About Jason Obradovich

Jason Obradovich

Jason Obradovich

CIO, New American Funding

Jason has 23 years of executive experience and expertise in the mortgage industry, developing and managing Capital Markets for financial institutions. He's held positions as Chief Investment Officer, EVP Capital Markets, EVP Financial Strategies and other similar roles for Kinecta Federal Credit Union, Countrywide/Bank of America and New American Funding.

Currently, he is responsible for managing pricing, trading, hedging, investor relationships, warehouse financing, MSR management, liquidity, etc. Jason also authors the Housing Market Update, a regular feature on the New American Funding blog which gives depth and perspective to today's economic news. Jason attended the University of California where he received a BA in Economics and is a member of several prominent mortgage industry trade organizations.

Posts by Jason Obradovich

FOMC 2022 and Beyond

Jason Obradovich, CIO of Capital Markets, and Alexis Quinney are back with today's Mortgage Rundown. The FOMC meeting happened since we last updated you. To learn what the Federal Reserve had to say and what to expect in the coming weeks, watch the full video.

Volatile Market. Rates - Not So Much.

Jason Obradovich, CIO of Capital Markets, and Alexis Quinney are back with today's Mortgage Rundown. Rates have stayed steady in recent weeks, but the market has been pretty volatile. Watch the full video to learn more about what this means.

May MBS, Jumbo and Non-QM Liquidity Update

Jason Obradovich, CIO of Capital Markets for New American Funding is back with today's #MortgageRundown. Watch the full video now to understand the current market.

Mortgage Rundown - At Home Edition

The state of the market over the past 30 days has been quite chaotic, join in now to learn what has really been going on.

Maintaining Liquidity When Everything Shuts Down

No doubt by now you’ve heard of the major disruptions in the financial markets in the past two weeks. With the Fed Funds overnight rate near zero percent, there has been a lot of confusion around the level of mortgage rates.


In recent days, we've seen volatility in both the stock and bond markets. Treasury and mortgage rates saw all-time lows and stock price volatility hit all-time highs. What does this all mean?

Current Market Disruption and Historic Low Rates

Due to the coronavirus and its impact on the economy, the mortgage industry is experiencing historic low-interest rates.

Risk to Growth

Welcome back to the Mortgage Rundown. Today we are going to talk about what’s happening in the capital markets.

Where are Interest Rates Headed in 2020?

After interest rates dropped 125bps from high to low in 2019, what will 2020 hold? Let's check in!

2019: Year in Review

The year went from one of expectations of potentially higher rates to one with near record-low interest rates.

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