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Here's the shortlist for the real power position at HUD: deputy secretary

Three names that should reassure those unsure of Carson's credentials
The HUD secretary, like many other Cabinet positions, is the public face of the department — meeting with housing leaders around the country, listening to local concerns and celebrating milestones. Most of the day-to-day operations are handled by the deputy secretary, currently Nani Coloretti, who essentially serves as COO. These are the names of Coloretti's possible future replacement.
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Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Deutsche Bank cutting back on mortgage business?

Plus, a new name emerges to serve as Trump's HUD secretary
Is Deutsche Bank about to cut back on its mortgage business? It appears so. Plus, a new name emerges to run HUD in President-elect Donald Trump's administration. And why is a massive Silicon Valley venture capital firm investing in a real estate loan marketplace? All that, and more, in your Monday Morning Cup of Coffee.
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Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Facebook ends easy racial discrimination in housing ads

Trump chooses possible cabinet members
After Facebook recently came under fire for allowing racial discrimination in its housing ads, it is now fixing the problem. Also, as the new administration takes over, President-elect Donald Trump seeks to fill his cabinet. Here are his top choices. And look out New York – more regulation could be coming your way.
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Pam Patenaude reportedly under consideration to serve as Trump's HUD secretary

Currently the president of the J. Ronald Terwilliger Foundation
With future Commander-in-Chief Donald Trump officially set, there are 15 other seats on the president’s cabinet to start speculating about. And the one that’s closest to housing, the secretary of Housing and Urban Development, could possibly go to someone who was recently featured on the cover of HousingWire Magazine and was included as a Women of Influence in 2013.
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From HousingWire Magazine

Quiet crusade: The mother-daughter duo determined to improve affordable housing

Pam and Meghan Patenaude work behind the scenes for change
“The industry is satisfied with the status quo but it isn’t working and we desperately need to find ways to enable Americans to become homeowners," Pam Patenaude said. "We are the only group that can bring bipartisan efforts together that represent every segment of the housing industry.”
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