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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

Job Growth Exceeding Expectations

In today's episode of the Mortgage Rundown, we discuss the surprising job growth in January, its impact on treasury rates, and the potential for the Federal Reserve to change its stance on rates. Watch now to learn more about what to expect in the coming weeks.

2024 Market Outlook: Rates, Jobs, and the Fed

Welcome to the first #MortgageRundown of 2024. Today we are diving into the latest insights on interest rate trends, Fed policy impacts, and market expectations for 2024. Watch the full episode to get the latest scoop.

Top of the Roller Coaster

Welcome back to the #MortgageRundown. Interest rates have been dropping dramatically over the past month and a half due to the influence of the job market, and the expected future actions of the Federal Reserve. Watch the full video now to learn more about what the Fed may do next.

Have Interest Rates Reached Their Peak?

Welcome back to the Mortgage Rundown. Last week was a huge week for the market with the Federal Reserve leaving rates unchanged and inflation continuing to fall. These events indicate that interest rates may have already hit their peak - watch the full video to learn more!

Inflation Is Coming Down, When Will Rates Follow?

We are back with another episode of the Mortgage Rundown! Today we're talking about what’s happening with Interest Rates. As another month has rolled by, we've seen inflation continuing to come down, so why do current interest rates keep climbing? Watch the full episode to learn more.

Impatiently Waiting

Welcome back to another episode of the Mortgage Rundown! Today we'll dive deep into the current state of interest rates, the Fed's recent policy decisions, and what the future may hold for rates in the remainder of 2023 and beginning of 2024.

Inflation Trends, Mortgage Rates & Predictions

Welcome back to the Mortgage Rundown! In today's episode, we dive deep into the recent inflation data, predictions on the Federal Reserve's interest rate decisions, and a look ahead to the key data releases at the end of the month. Stay ahead of the curve as we navigate the complexities of the capital markets and the ever-evolving world of inflation.

Have Rates Hit Their Peak?

Welcome back to the Mortgage Rundown! Today, we delve deep into the current state of Interest Rates, which have soared to their highest in 16 years. Reflecting on the implications for home buying and building, we also discuss the Fed's stance and the looming decisions in their upcoming September 20th meeting. Watch the full video to learn more!

Preventing A Second Inflation Wave

Welcome back to the Mortgage Rundown. Another month of inflation declining has rolled by. Last week, we saw the June CPI report come out with headline inflation dropping to an annual rate of just 3.0%. Watch the full episode to learn more.

Perhaps Higher For Longer

Welcome back to the Mortgage Rundown. Today we are going to talk about what’s happening with interest rates. Will inflation continue to moderate in line with the Fed’s expectations or will we see the FOMC raise the key benchmark rate one more time?

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