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Does the MBA’s GSE reform plan finally address a key roadblock?

Stevens explains how this plan is different
Nearly eight years of conservatorship turned talks of reforming Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac into a myth - one that the industry might discuss but doesn't believe will actually happen. So what’s the main factor stopping GSE reform? No one really understands it. This problem is exactly what the Mortgage Bankers Association is trying to fix.
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MBA to Congress: Here’s the roadmap you need to tackle GSE reform

60-page white paper breaks down transition process to reform
On Sept. 6, 2008, the Federal Housing Finance Agency placed Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac into conservatorship. Nearly nine years later, the largest trade group in the mortgage finance space, the Mortgage Bankers Association, released a white paper to stay in front of the housing reform conversation and address one of the thorniest issues: how to transition to a new system.
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Now is the time — Make housing reform a priority

Exclusive op-ed from the president of the MBA
Today, MBA is releasing a plan detailing how a future secondary mortgage market can work – describing a post-conservator end state for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Our proposal includes transition steps detailing how to get from here to there and is the only paper that comprehensively addresses how the reformed secondary market would serve all Americans along the broad continuum of affordable housing needs.
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[Video] MBA CEO: The future of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac reform

We need to be concerned about the housing finance system
After nearly 10 years under conservatorship, reforming Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is finally high up on the President’s priority list. However, there is still no official plan around what exactly this reform will look like. The CEO of the largest trade group in the mortgage finance space gives his take on what the future for reform will likely look like.
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MBA stands with Ben Carson as HUD secretary

Urges committee to approve nomination ASAP
With the day for Ben Carson’s hearing quickly approaching, the Mortgage Bankers Association penned a letter, urging Congress to approve the candidate as the new secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The MBA explains what Carson will bring to his new role, and why it wants Congress to approve him as quickly as possible.
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MBA CEO: GSE reform won’t make Trump’s shortlist

The fight for the MID
GSE reform made headlines again last week when Treasury secretary nominee Steve Mnuchin alluded to the Trump administration's plans for GSE reform. However, the plans are likely to stay just that — plans, according to an interview with Mortgage Bankers Associatoin CEO David Stevens. There are lots of other areas that Trump needs to focus on first, Stevens explained in an interview with HousingWire.
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Dave Stevens: The MBA's role in the Trump Administration

And the importance of housing finance
Sitting down with one of its own to get a better understanding of what exactly this election means for housing finance, the Mortgage Bankers Association interviewed its President and CEO Dave Stevens to get his thoughts on the election. One thing became clear, regardless of which side of the aisle people are on, housing finance is a big deal.
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Speakers at MBA Annual focus on 3 changes coming to housing

Get on the bus or get left behind
The Mortgage Bankers Association opened conference activities with a talk to the industry, explaining some of the changes taking place. So who is renewing their call for a housing policy director at the White House, in order to represent the needs of the housing industry in Washington? Click here to find out.
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