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John M. Anderlik

Assistant Director

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Email: j***@***.gov

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Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

550 17Th Street N.W.

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20429

United States

Company Description

Did you know that since the FDIC was founded 75 years ago that no individual has ever lost a penny of FDIC-insured funds? State or federal examiners inspect Americana Community Bank each year, helping to ensure that our bank is safe, strong and secure. As an A...more

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Las Vegas Real Estate News Commentary

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According to John Anderlick, the acting regional manager for the FDIC in its San Francisco Office, " We are beginning to see signs of moderation.


Loan News - Mortgage Companies Have Not Hit Panic Button - MortgageLoanOutlet.com

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John Anderlik, a regional manager for the FDIC stated, "Banking conditions in Arizona are still very strong at this point," said.


Kansas City Star | 06/04/2006 | Cash investments starting to look respectable again

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The money is coming from rate-sensitive investors who are over the $100,000 deposit insurance limit, said John Anderlik, regional manager of FDIC's division of insurance and research.


'Perfect Storm' Brewing in Home Defaults

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The reason is affordability," explained John Anderlik, the acting regional manager in the FDIC's San Francisco office."With price appreciation in Nevada, it is getting more difficult for people to afford their homes.These products have become more attractive as affordability goes down." Nevada has struggled with affordable housing issues as land prices skyrocketed in the past few years.Statewide, home prices rose 18 percent during 2005 and 37 percent in 2004, which enabled buyers to flip their properties if they couldn't afford to pay their mortgages, Anderlik said."They have shown some deterioration," Anderlik said of Nevada, "but they remain strong compared to the rest of the nation."


Las Vegas Homes and Real Estate News: LV home sellers may face backlash, regulators say

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John Anderlik, the acting regional manager for the FDIC's San Francisco office, maintained the local housing market is strong.
"We are beginning to see signs of moderation. I wouldn't say they are extremely worrisome conditions," he noted. "Inventories are rising in Nevada, but we are not seeing a significant decrease in prices in the future. But it is certainly reasonable that home prices will have to level off as incomes catch up." As home prices appreciated another 18 percent in 2005 (albeit a much lower pace than its torrid 37.1 in the third quarter of 2004), the Las Vegas Affordability Index continued to plummet. It now sits at 72, which is down from the 75 registered in three months ago. "That means a family making the median income can only afford 72 percent of the median home price," said Anderlik. "Delinquency rates remain low," Anderlik said. That's not an exaggeration.


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