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ECONOMISTS, Washington DC
Develop and review economic models for collateral valuation using public record, proprietary, and appraisal data, for home price index computation, for home price forecast and simulation, and for other mortgage business risk management purpose. The model applications in the team are often integrated with large model application systems across the company. Therefore the researchers are responsible for model development work, prototyping, interfacing, testing, and vetting with other applications outside the team. Communication with team members and customers through technical whitepapers, analytical reports and memos, and presentation slides.
Required: Ph.D in economics, statistics, or other quantitative fields. Graduate school level courses, training or research must have included work with data preparation, complex economic and/or statistical modeling with data using statistical software such as SAS, Matlab, R, or others.
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We’re leading the way to provide safe, affordable, and reliable credit, so people across the U.S. have opportunities to buy, reﬁnance, or rent homes.