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What does Mel Watt mean for housing finance in 2014?

HousingWire wants to hear from you!

January 2, 2014
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Mel Watt (D-NC) is set to take the helm as the next official director at the Federal Housing Finance Administration -- and we know there are no shortages of industry opinions out there about what a Democratic-led FHFA may decide to do (or not do) with the reins of the GSEs in their hands.

So, we want to hear from you: what does a Mel Watt-led FHFA mean for U.S. housing finance, in 2014 and beyond?

The best answers will be selected by our team of editors to appear in the February 2014 issue of HW Magazine, in our monthly "Sounding Board" department.

Those selected to appear will also receive a complimentary digital reprint of their contribution ($350 value), highlighting their opinion. It's our way of saying thank you for telling us what you think.

So, if you've got an opinion, speak up! What does Mel Watt mean for housing finance, this year and in the future?

Take our survey!

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