April 6- Current Health Of Residential Mortgage Market

April 13- Impact Of COVID-19 On 30 Year Mortgages

April 20- New Construction Homes

April 27- Housing Market Meltdown?

May 4- Forbearance Options

May 11- Effects of Covid-19 on Employment

May 18- Covid-19 Impacts on Buyer Behaviors

June 1- Now That Things Have Settled Down A Bit

June 8- Home Prices Now & What To Expect For the Rest Of 2020

June 15- Forbearance program & The Effect It May Have On The Housing Market

June 22- US Economy Emerging From The Impacts Of COVID-19

June 29- Housing Affordability

July 6- What Is Needed To Motivate More Millennials To Buy

7/13- How Housing Has Fared Amid COVID-19

7/20- The Most Recent National Housing Survey Results

7/27- Update On Housing Forecast For 2020

8/03- Shiller Home Price Index

8/10- Homeownership Trends Over The Decades

8/24- The U.S. Household Debt & Credit Report

8/31- Last Week's Real Estate & Economic News

9/14- Update On Mortgage Forbearance

9/21- Most Recent Economic & Real Estate News

9/28- The Housing Market’s Resilience In An Economy Mired By COVID-19

10/5- Updates On The Latest Case-Shiller & Consumer Confidence Indexes

10/12- Expectations For Rates, Affordability & Inventory

10/26- 3 Most Recent Housing Market Data Releases & Their Historical Significance

Who Is Matthew Gardner?


As Chief Economist for Windermere, Matthew Gardner is responsible for analyzing and interpreting economic data and its impact on the real estate market on both a local and national level. He also publishes the Gardner Report, which highlights market conditions in regions throughout the Western U.S.

Matthew regularly speaks at events around the country and is frequently quoted in the media in stories about the housing market, commercial development, growth management, and the U.S. economy