I landed in San Francisco on Monday to report at the fourth annual Ellie Mae Classic, a celebrity golf tournament that supports the Mortgage Bankers Association's Opens Doors Foundation. I spent the day connecting with industry players at TPC Stonebrae, where the lush golf course rolled into breathtaking views of the San Francisco Bay.
On Monday, the Mortgage Bankers Association announced Deborah Dubois has been named president of its Opens Doors Foundation. Dubois will serve as the chief executive of the foundation and be responsible for spearheading the development and execution of a long-term strategic plan, growing the foundation’s donor base and overseeing the organization’s day-to-day activities, MBA said.
The Mortgage Bankers Association announced that its Opens Doors Foundation raised a record $1.8 million in 2017, furthering the organization’s mission to help families with housing costs while faced with the challenge of caring for a critically ill or injured child receiving medical treatment.
Because it's stressful enough to have a child critically ill in the hospital, radius financial group is supporting the MBA Opens Doors foundation to help parents with mortgage payments while caring for their children.
Brickman takes to helm of one of the largest mortgage companies in the U.S. today, and while times at the government-sponsored enterprise are filled with uncertainty, Brickman sees nothing but excitement for the future of Freddie Mac.
When buying a home, many Americans consider a 20% down payment to be the norm, the ideal amount of money to put down to get a conventional mortgage with no private mortgage insurance and to keep monthly payments reasonably affordable.