Tendayi Kapfidze

Vice President, Chief Economist

Tendayi Kapfidze is Vice President, Chief Economist at LendingTree. He leads the company’s analysis of the U.S. economy with a focus on housing and mortgage market trends. Tendayi utilizes data analysis to be a resource for both consumers and trade media, providing actionable insights to help consumers make informed financial decisions. He has been quoted in numerous publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, USA Today, Yahoo Finance, The Chicago Tribune, The Miami Herald and Reuters and has appeared on CNBC and Cheddar television.

Tendayi has a successful track record as a research professional specializing in macroeconomic and financial analysis. In his most recent role, Tendayi served as Director of Global Economics at Pfizer in New York City. He crafted Pfizer’s view on global macroeconomic trends, advising the executive leadership team on economic and financial risks. Prior to his position at Pfizer, Tendayi served as Director of Economic and Capital Markets Research at Ally Financial and as Vice President and Senior Economic Analyst in the chief investment office at Bank of America.

Tendayi earned his B.S. in Engineering Management at Saint Louis University and his M.S. in Applied Economics from Johns Hopkins University.

Articles by Tendayi Kapfidze

LendingTree Study Reveals the U.S. Cities Where Homebuyers Have the Most Stretched Budgets

You’ll often hear the common rule of thumb that the price of a home shouldn’t exceed three times your annual income. This can help homebuyers... read more

LendingTree Study Finds Black Homebuyers Are More Likely to Take Out High-Cost Loans

In recent months, mortgage rates have hovered around record lows. Lower rates usually result in smaller monthly payments and greater savings. However, not all consumers... read more

LendingTree Finds That Google Searches for ‘Homes for Sale’ Rose Again in June in 50 of the Nation’s Largest Metros

Though the COVID-19 crisis continues throughout the United States, the housing market has shown signs of recovery. Spurred by record-low rates and relaxed social distancing... read more

LendingTree Reveals the Most Valuable Cities in America

American households own $29.2 trillion of residential real estate, a significant part of the $107 trillion in household net worth in the United States. Financial... read more

LendingTree Finds That Google Searches for ‘Homes for Sale’ Have Grown from April in Most Areas

Since the start of the COVID-19 crisis, millions of Americans have modified their spending habits, with many putting their plans to buy a home on... read more

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