In case you missed it earlier, HousingWire is offering our support to the Bipartisan Policy Center’s 2014 Housing Summit this September 15-16 in Washington, DC. We’re honored to play a role. But it’s why we’re supporting the event – and why you should, too – that maybe needs a little more explaining.
Looks like we may be onto something here — after announcing our Rising Stars program in May, our editors were amazed by so many applications from young leaders helping shape both the present and the future of the U.S. economy. Today, we're honored to announce our 2014 class of 20 young industry leaders.
It's not often that housing finance issues lead to epic Twitter wars, but a recent debate between MBA CEO David Stevens and Graham Fisher & Co. analyst Josh Rosner over HMDA data is perhaps the best thing going on social media right now.
We’re proud to announce our inaugural recognition program for young leaders in the U.S. housing economy, called Rising Stars. The nomination period for the 2014 class of Rising Stars is now open, and I encourage every company that calls real estate finance and housing their own to consider nominating their own dynamic young leaders.
Mortgage banking industry law firm Butler & Hosch, P.A. said Wednesday that it will acquire Atlanta-based McCurdy & Candler, LLC Default Practice as the legal services firm looks to further cement its national presence.
Often, it's what a person doesn't say that matters most. And while the President's State of the Union address on Tuesday night touched on many expected topics -- it was one expected topic that President Obama chose not to discuss that most caught our attention at HousingWire.
For decades, industry dynamics didn’t require much technological innovation. A weekly rate update was sufficient for most in the market; heck, for that matter, reading industry news on a weekly broadsheet — and paying to do it — was considered synonymous with being “up-to-date.”
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.