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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

Transitory Inflation

We are back with another episode of the Mortgage Rundown with Jason Obradovich. Today were going to be talking about interest rates and inflation. Watch the full video to learn exactly what is going on.

Persistent Inflation Remains

We are BACK with another #MortgageRundown. Today we're talking about, you guessed it, interest rates and inflation. So what's going on? Watch the full video to learn more.

How Long Does Transitory Last?

We are BACK with another #MortgageRundown. Today we're talking about what's happening in the capital markets. You may have noticed over the last couple of weeks and possibly last couple of months, mortgage rates are moving up just a little bit. So why is that happening? Watch the full video to learn more!

Inflation Uptick or Delta Downturn in Rates

Jason Obradovich, CIO of New American Funding, is back with another episode of the #MortgageRundown. Today we are talking about Capital Markets. No one really knows which way rates are going. Watch the full episode to learn about both sides of the argument.

Different Day, Same FOMC Meeting

Jason Obradovich, CIO of New American Funding, is back with another episode of the #MortgageRundown. In the most recent FOMC meeting, not a lot was said or done. We are in a bit of a waiting game when it comes to new information about inflation and the job market. Watch the full episode to learn more about what's been going on in the Capital Markets.

Inflation vs Growth

Jason Obradovich, CIO of New American Funding, is back with another episode of the Mortgage Rundown. The Fed released their minutes and the FOMC is divided - some worry about inflation, and some worry about risk to growth. Watch the full episode to learn more.

Inflation Is Here

Jason Obradovich, CIO of New American Funding, is back with another episode of the Mortgage Rundown. Why are mortgage rates going up? The FOMC did not raise rates, but did say they are going to raise inflation expectations. What does this really mean? Watch the full episode to find out.

The Big Inflation Gamble

Jason Obradovich, CIO of New American Funding, is back with another episode of the Mortgage Rundown. Over the last few weeks, whether it’s been the price of gas, lumber, or housing, we have all seen inflation in one form or another. Listen in now to learn what this all means and what to expect in the rest of 2021.

Mortgage Rundown: The Inflation Game

Jason Obradovich, CIO of New American Funding, and Alexis Quinney are back with the Mortgage Rundown. In the last few weeks, rates have gone up, the Fed meeting happened, and there have been talks of another stimulus. Listen in as they go over what it all means for market in the next few weeks and the foreseeable future.

Short-Term Rates Vs. Long-Term Rates

Jason Obradovich, CIO of New American Funding, and Alexis Quinney are back with the Mortgage Rundown. Over the last few weeks, mortgage rates have been creeping back up. But just last week the Fed made an announcement that mortgage rates will not go up. Will this trend continue throughout the rest of 2021? Watch the full episode to learn more.

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