How far can lenders push the credit box?

How far can lenders push the credit box?

Watt announcement helps, but risk keeps standards tight

Warren calls for GAO investigation of nonbank servicers

Asks GAO to review “unprecedented” growth of nonbank servicers

Freddie Mac CEO: We will help increase mortgage lending

Competition among two is still competition
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Love and hate on the Johnson-Crapo GSE reform effort

Community bankers need more convincing
Sarah Wheeler
The housing finance industry's response to the agreement on GSE reform has been mainly positive. However, the details for community lenders, especially, are an area of concern.
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It's time to fight over the debt ceiling again

Treasury Secretary warns Congress about impending debt limit
Kerri Ann Panchuk
It's that time of year again. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew is warning Congress once again to raise the nation's debt ceiling, saying lawmakers have less than one month left.
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Treasury Secretary: America is obligated to pay its bills

HousingWire Staff
In light of the Congressional shutdown and the looming debt ceiling deadline, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew published an editorial in USA Today, insisting that America is obligated to pay all of its bills and commitments.
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A crisis worse than 2008? Treasury warns on debt limit

HousingWire Staff
The U.S. Treasury has stepped into the debt limit fray, warning Thursday morning that if the United States were forced to default on its obligations, the consequences would be "catastrophic."
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Treasury Secretary: Debt limit will be reached by Oct. 17

HousingWire Staff
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew warned Congress that the United States will exhaust its borrowing capacity no later than Oct. 17, at which point the government will have only $30 billion in cash on hand.
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Deputy Secretary Wolin will depart from Treasury

HousingWire Staff
The U.S. Department of Treasury announced that Deputy Secretary Neal Wolin will conclude his tenure at the end of August.
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