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  • FHA will not cut mortgage insurance premiums

    The Federal Housing Administration released details on the health of its flagship Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund on Thursday, revealing a positive economic net worth of $34.86 billion and an acceptable ratio of capital reserves at 2.76%. The numbers are markedly better than last year, but FHA Commissioner Brian Montgomery said that doesn’t mean the agency will be reducing mortgage insurance premiums any time soon. Click the headline to read more.

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  • NAFCU posts its regulatory relief “top 10” wish list

    Credit unions struggling in post-Dodd-Frank world
    The director of regulatory affairs for the National Association of Federal Credit Unions has sent a letter to the National Credit Union Administration urging the agency to undertake promised and much needed regulatory relief. The post-Dodd-Frank world ain't easy. Read on.
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  • Richey May & Co. launches new unit

    Unit will advise mortgage firms on M&A activity, compliance issues
    Richey May & Co. adds a new area of focus to its business as compliance and competition heat up in mortgage lending and servicing.
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