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  • Former MBA President David Stevens joins ProxyPics

    Stevens joins company as a senior strategic advisor
    ProxyPics, a platform to obtain real-time photos of properties, announced that former MBA President David Stevens has joined the company as a senior strategic advisor. ProxyPics’ CEO and Founder Luke Tomaszewski said in a press release that he is excited to bring Stevens on board and that Stevens will be contributing his in-depth housing market knowledge and expertise to the company.
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  • [Listen] HousingWire bids adieu to two mortgage lending titans

    David Stevens and Brad Blackwell reflect on their lending careers
    September marks the first official retirement days of two mortgage lending titans. In an exclusive interview with Jacob Gaffney, David Stevens, former head of the Mortgage Bankers Association, and Brad Blackwell, former EVP of housing policy and homeownership growth strategies at Wells Fargo Home Lending, reflect on their careers, friendship and where they think the industry is headed.
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  • Robert Broeksmit officially takes over as MBA CEO

    Former CEO David Stevens to stay on 40 days to ease transition
    The Mortgage Bankers Association is now under new leadership. Robert Broeksmit is now officially the MBA’s president and CEO, telling MBA members this week that he is now formally in place at the trade group.
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  • Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: The end of conservatorship, HUD failings and stadium drama

    Your weekly dose of the most crucial weekend mortgage and housing news
    The proposed end of conservatorship for the GSEs by the Trump administration might be the biggest news of the year for the mortgage industry, find out what the MBA has to say about it. Plus, a new ProPublica report shows that HUD left hundreds of thousands at risk of lead poisoning and the LA Clippers are in hot water with residents of the city of Inglewood.
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  • MBA finds Stevens successor: Meet the new president and CEO

    Robert Broeksmit set to take over in August
    This week, the Mortgage Bankers Association revealed its new president and CEO to take over this summer. Current president and CEO Dave Stevens announced he will be stepping down as of September 30, 2018, to allow the MBA time to choose a new leader. Now, the MBA has done just that.
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  • Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: MBA president slams "defamatory" mortgage industry report

    Says data cherry-picks loan types
    MBA President and CEO David Stevens claps back at a report about the extent of discrimination in lending. Reuters reports surging bonds could “pinch” homeowners and retirees, and we finally learn the identity of the mystery buyer who bought the most expensive home in NYC. Here’s your Monday Morning Cup of Coffee.
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  • David Stevens: Here's the MBA view on GSE reform

    What to do about Fannie, Freddie, and even Ginnie
    [Expert commentary] In an exclusive guest post, Mortgage Bankers Association President and CEO David Stevens presents the MBA's view on the "right" reform plan for Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and Ginnie Mae. How much should the government be involved in the mortgage market? Stevens presents the MBA case.
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  • Shocker: MBA President and CEO David Stevens announces retirement

    Stevens stepping down in September 2018
    One would never have gathered as much during his rousing speech at the Mortgage Bankers Association Annual Convention in Denver or while walking around the Colorado Convention Center, but MBA Annual 2017 will be one of David Stevens’ last major events as the leader of the mortgage industry’s biggest trade group. On Wednesday, as MBA Annual 2017 was winding down, Stevens announced that he is retiring as the trade group’s president and CEO. Click the headline to read more.
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