Former HousingWire Editor-in-Chief Jacob Gaffney partners with former CoreLogic exec to launch media and PR firm Two of the most well-known names in the housing space are partnering together to launch a media and public relations firm.

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Former HousingWire Editor-in-Chief Jacob Gaffney partners with former CoreLogic exec to launch media and PR firm Housing Wire June 10, 2019 Leave a comment Two of the most well-known names in the housing space are partnering together to launch a media and public relations firm.

Former HousingWire Editor-in-Chief Jacob Gaffney partners with former CoreLogic exec to launch media and PR firm housingwire.com – blane@housingwire.com Two of the most well-known names in the housing space are partnering together to launch a media and public relations firm.

Former HousingWire Editor-in-Chief Jacob Gaffney partners with former CoreLogic exec to launch media and PR firm Two of the most well-known names in the housing space are partnering together to launch a media and public relations firm.

Housing affordability hasn’t improved this much since 2013 The latest housing affordability report from Adelaide Bank and the Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) has shown that over the March 2016 quarter the proportion of income needed to meet loan repayments hit 30%, the lowest it has been at since 2013.

Housing Wire June 10, 2019 0 Two of the most well-known names in the housing space are partnering together to launch a media and public relations firm. jacob gaffney, who led HousingWire’s editorial team for more than a decade, recently left the company and is partnering with Alyson Austin, a former CoreLogic executive, to launch Gaffney Austin.

When the allegations were announced, a Cyprexx source told HousingWire that the company was not made aware. “Cyprexx only learned about the allegations from the media and had to go to the NHFA’s.

Bieter proposes smaller lots, more in-law units to fight housing-cost increases Tall, skinny houses have become popular again in Boise as demand for housing has ramped up over the last several years. In an attempt to increase the stock of affordable housing, he city of Boise is.

Former HousingWire Editor-in-Chief Jacob Gaffney partners with former CoreLogic exec to launch media and PR firm Earlier in his career, Gaffney covered securitization for Reuters and Source Media. Austin spent more than nine years at CoreLogic, serving as principal, media and public relations.

Former HousingWire Editor-in-Chief Jacob Gaffney partners with former CoreLogic exec to launch media and PR firm LenderClose expands its software development team Waterstone Mortgage appoints new regional leader

5th District candidates open their wallets to the public In two weeks, voters in the 5th District – which stretches from the S.C.-N.C. line, near Charlotte, to Fairfield, Newberry, Kershaw and Sumter counties in the Midlands – will head to the polls.Cost of a home makes staff hard to find’ CMHC first-quarter earnings increase to $394 million despite dip in revenues Insight Enterprises posted a small profit dip despite solid sales in a mostly flat fourth quarter. Per-share earnings were flat both quarters at 48 cents. Two analysts who follow the company were north american revenue rose 6 percent and foreign sales also were higher before factoring in the.High Housing Costs Problematic for Households and the State’s Economy. Amid high housing costs, many households make serious trade-offs to afford living here. Households with low incomes, in particular, spend much more of their income on housing. high home prices here also push homeownership out of reach for many.Kenneth R. Harney, syndicated real estate columnist for Washington Post, dies KENNETH R. HARNEY: New lawsuits raise question of who should pay homebuyer’s agent. Editor’s note: Kenneth Harney was a nationally syndicated columnist on real estate for The Washington Post.