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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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  • LRES announces industry veteran as new company president

    Prepares to enter next phase of growth
    LRES, a residential and commercial real estate services company, announced Monday that Mark Johnson, who joined the company last year, has been named company president. The company explained Johnson’s passion to improve the valuation industry will allow it to enter into the next phase of its growth.
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  • Fannie, Freddie reformer Rep. John Delaney running for president in 2020

    Democrat from Maryland announces plan to take on Trump
    The next presidential election is still more than three years away, but President Donald Trump now has his first official challenger, as Rep. John Delaney, D-Maryland, announced Friday that he is running for president in 2020. During his time in the House, Delaney has spoken out about housing finance reform, going so far as to introduce legislation in 2014 that would have broken up Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
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  • Here's the housing story (or lack thereof) of the 2016 election

    How housing didn't matter in this campaign
    Well America, we made it. We survived the most ridiculous, insane, over-the-top, depressing, and ultimately underwhelming campaign in modern political history and we made it. It’s #ElectionDay. So considering that we focus on housing here at HousingWire (hence the name), we felt it important to look at how housing mattered (actually it didn’t) in this election cycle.
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  • Hot Seat: Jeff Tennyson of Clayton Holdings

    Third-party solutions provider expands offerings

    The company’s goal is to be the leading third-party solutions provider to the owners, originators and servicers of residential mortgage and consumer loans. When the economics, interest rates and demand for private-label securities come together, this will create new opportunities for Clayton in due diligence, valuation and surveillance.


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