A look at Biden’s first week in office

This episode reviews last week’s inauguration of President Joe Biden, examining which housing issues the new administration has already taken action on.

Biden’s executive order will extend foreclosure moratorium

President Biden revealed his plan to sign 17 executive orders his first day in office, including am extension of the eviction and foreclosure moratorium to at least March 31.

If consumers aren’t holding lenders back, then who or what is?

The challenge for lenders and investors is understanding how to meet borrowers where they are without layering on risk or getting bogged down in third-party intermediation.

HomeBridge’s Brian White on diversity at a practical level

HomeBridge's Brian “Woody” White discusses ways to increase diversity within the housing finance industry.

Magazine Issues

HousingWire Magazine: 2017

HousingWire Magazine takes a deep dive into issues the housing industry faces each day. Themed to look at the latest trends in housing, each issue focuses on a variety of topics in the housing space – from homeownership to fintech to mortgage originators.

As you flip through each section, check out our front sections that fill you with great snackable content that’s easy to digest and keeps you in-the-know. As you move toward the commentaries, each issue will feature longer-form opinions from some of the housing industry’s top names.

Those will lead you into the features section. Written by housing executives and our own editorial team, these features take readers into a deep dive of the most critical topics in the housing industry today.

The issue concludes with a wrap up of the latest news across the industry, in mortgage, real estate, fintech, politics and more.

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