Episode 18: Diving Deeper on Housing Prices with Matthew Gardner
REAL with MoxiWorks Podcast
We get real with the Chief Economist of Windermere, Matthew Gardner on this episode of Real with MoxiWorks. In this episode, MoxiWorks CEO York Baur and Gardner about all things housing prices: Why they may not be as high as they seem, and more. You’ll also learn how Matthew got into the career he’s in now.
AbodeU - Where Do We Go From Here? Market Update | Matthew Gardner
In this episode, we listen in to Windermere's Chief Economist, Matthew Gardner and his thoughts on the current market. Gardner takes a look at data points such as trends in new building permits, housing starts, homes under construction (the data point he prefers), and year over year listing and sales trends. Learn more about the market on Matthew Gardner's webpage Visit www.windermereabode.com for more content! Subscribe to the podcast on all streaming platforms! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/windermereabode/message
Episode #20. What does the future of real estate look like for Sellers and Buyers? Hear what Economist Matthew Gardner has to say.
Ask a Windermere Coach
In this episode Michael Fanning talks with Windermere's Economist Matthew Gardner. We wanted to know if the appreciation we are seeing today will get us in trouble in our nearby future. When will we see a more normal housing market? I asked the questions, is buying a home still a sound financial investment? Should a buyer hold off or continue to move forward in seeking to purchase a home? What is the best option? What does the future look like for real estate investors and the individuals looking for second homes? Youtube Monday with Matthew. Windermere Blog --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/askacoach/support
Matthew Gardner, Chief Economist for Windermere Real Estate, is our special guest. He gives his perspective on the future of real estate values, where interest rates are headed, and when we may see more inventory on the market.
156: Matthew Gardner - Death, Rebirth / Phoenix Rising & Permission to Be Who You Are
Every Day is a New Day
Matthew Gardner is a Personal Transformation Specialist and the Founder of Phoenix Rising United. After his fiancée, Gail, passed away from terminal cancer in April 2020, and in the depths of his emotional recovery, Matthew discovered newfound inspiration to assist others on their spiritual journey. Matthew now empowers Spiritual Seekers with the tools, resources and community to be 100% supported by their passion. Join us live or on the replay for more fun, insights and inspiration! Subscribe to the channel for Inspirational Message Mondays at 9am PT and more fun guest interviews on Thursdays at 12pm PT. *** Are you ready to shine YOUR authentic light? Connect with Kim at https://www.kimoneillcoaching.com/ and book a free coffee chat consultation. #EveryDayisaNewDay #MatthewGardner #PhoenixRising #RiseandShine #LetYourLightShine #overcomingadversity #movingforward #spiritualjourney #lightworker #wellness #wellnessprofessional #spiritualseeker #purposedriven #heartcentered #podcast #inspiration #inspirationalshow
Matthew Gardner: Igniting Intuition to Unlock Creative Potential
Sisterhood of Successful Entrepreneurs
Our guest for today, Matthew Gardner, is a Personal Transformation Specialist and the Founder of Phoenix Rising Masterclass. On this episode, he teaches us how to enhance the quality of personal relationship, improve business productivity and health challenges based on changing our mindset. He will help us how to reach our full potential. Check out more about Glory Ali on the links below:Coaching: https://www.gloryali.com/work-with-me/Website: https://www.gloryali.com/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/glory-ali-67305b142Join her community - FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sisterhoodofsuccessfulentreprenuersKnow more about our guest, Matthew Gardner, and his works: www.PhoenixRisingMasterclass.com
An Interview with Matthew Gardner - Chief Economist - Windermere Real Estate
Run Your Business Like A Business
In this episode I interview Matthew Gardner, Chief Economist for Windermere Real Estate (the largest regional real estate company in the Western U.S., with over 300 offices and 7,000 agents). We discuss several topics related to the economy and its impact the local and national real estate market.
Matthew Gardner with a report on the local economy
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Real estate update in Portland Oregon. As we move through the weathering phase of COVID-19 and into the recovery and accelerate phases of the economic recovery, speaking with Matthew Gardner, Chief Economist of Windermere was enlightening. Matthew is recognized across the country as one the foremost experts on the economy and how it impacts the housing industry. Some of the topics that we discussed were: With 30,000 businesses across our country currently closed we’re all asking the question as to how this will impact the real estate market. The major industries that will be impacted are bars and restaurants and then retail. Many of these employees have been furloughed or let go and many will not be brought back. It is expected that 30% of these industries will not be coming back to work. The impact on commercial real estate, that there will be a definite impact on everything from, again, bars, restaurants and retail. Matthew has predicted that 50% of our malls would be gone in 10 years and now maybe that means they’ll be gone in just a few years. How this downturn is far different than the previous in the sense that the housing industry was a large part of the previous. This time, the housing industry is likely to be the industry that pulls us through. The reason for that is just how important the home has become to everyone. We all want to get it right because we’re spending so much time there now. Millennials are house shopping at levels never seen before. Those that want to adapt to these times will continue learning, stay deeply connected to their sphere, and get good at working with Millennials. Additional Resources:Follow me on:Instagram: @matthewgardnereconFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/MJDGardnerLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mjdgardner/ Podcast: Sound Conversations https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/matthew-gardner-chief-economist-at-windermere-real-estate/id1347518770?i=1000418304757