While there wasn’t a lot of movement in the hottest housing market this month, there was one noteworthy change. Denver managed to slip back into the No. 1 spot to once again be the hottest housing market in the nation.
President Donald Trump appointed Calabria to take the helm of the FHFA on December 12, 2018. The Senate then officially confirmed Calabria in April by a vote of 52 to 44 as head of the agency. Since then, Calabria has not been silent on his plan to reform the FHFA and the entities it oversees – Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.