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Why Happy Grasshopper CEO Dan Stewart Is So Chill

Why Happy Grasshopper CEO Dan Stewart Is So Chill


Editor in Chief Sarah Wheeler sat down with Dan Stewart, founder and CEO of Happy Grasshopper, to talk about the company’s tech strategy in creating content that resonates with consumers. Storytelling is key to the company’s success and Stewart’s own story explains how he stays cool in any market cycle. Turns out being stranded at […]

How Do You Solve The California Housing Crisis?


California looms large in any discussion of housing affordability. The largest state by population, one out of every eight Americans lives in the Golden State, but the homeownership rate is dismal. According to Ben Metcalf, managing director of the Terner Center for Housing Innovation at UC Berkeley, the homeownership rate for California is 50 percentage […]

Mortgage Rates Center Couples Data With Insight


Introducing the NEW HousingWire Mortgage Rates Center, a resource for housing professionals to access real-time mortgage rates data and the insights that fuel understanding and decision-making. HousingWire is dedicated to providing housing professionals with the full picture, and while there are many places to find rates information, the Mortgages Rates Center takes a nuanced approach […]

Matt VanFossen On Farm-To-Table Programming


Editor in Chief Sarah Wheeler sat down with Matt VanFossen, CEO of Absolute Home Mortgage and Mortgage Automation Technologies, to talk about his unique view of the housing ecosystem and how it influences how he builds technology. Van Fossen not only heads a mortgage lender and a tech company, but is the president of the […]

HousingWire To Host Commission Lawsuit Debate Between Ketchmark And Lamacchia


On Jan. 26, HousingWire will host a virtual debate between Michael Ketchmark, the plaintiffs’ attorney in the Sitzer/Burnett commission lawsuit, and Anthony Lamacchia, CEO of Lamacchia Realty and an outspoken advocate for Realtors, to discuss the arguments and the outcome of the trial. The recent landmark decision in the Sitzer/Burnett case included multi-billion dollar penalties for the […]