Inflation, home values, and the job market: Important takeaways from our April economics webinar
Watching prices rise while listening to mixed messaging in economic news coverage can be confusing—and stressful. Many Americans have been hit hard by the current economy and are looking for answers. That’s why Nuvision hosted local economics expert and UCLA Anderson School of Management professor Jerry Nickelsburg and Nuvision’s VP of Mortgage Sales and Products Michael R. Sternquist for a Facebook webinar on April 20th.
Orange County Housing Market: Three key factors driving a slow but sure shift in the market
The time since July 2020 has been marked by an insane market pace, with houses receiving offers soon after hitting the market and buyers falling into bidding wars against other eager potential homeowners. But things are changing. With higher rates, low inventory, and muted demand, new trends are emerging. The market is shifting back to the balanced, slower pace we are used to. It will take time, as changes in the housing market don’t happen overnight, but a shift is coming. These three factors are driving the change.
Less than one month left! Earn a $5,000 college scholarship, like past Essay Challenge winner Chelsea.
There’s less than a month left to enter our Essay Challenge for a chance to win a $5,000 college scholarship. Through April 22nd, seniors in AK, AZ, CA, WA, and WY can enter by submitting an essay answering this question: What does financial success mean to you? You could be our next winner! Just ask Chelsea, one of our previous $5,000 prize winners.
Nuvision Heroes: A Huntington Beach mom who founded a non-profit for homeless and at-risk kids
Seven years ago, Huntington Beach wife and mother Robyne Wood noticed that many at-risk kids were not receiving the help they needed. Existing programs emphasized adults already struggling with drug and alcohol problems. Few options were available to teens lacking family support or living in an abusive environment, but not facing personal issues like addiction or crime. With the encouragement of friends, she started the non-profit Robyne’s Nest to fill the gap. The organization’s purpose, she says, is to help students “write their own future, and not be products of their past.”