Lunch & Learn about underserved markets and affordable housing

The COVID-19 pandemic put a magnifying glass on the U.S. housing market as the sector experienced rapid changes in supply, demand and affordability. These factors, coupled with an ongoing social rights movement, exposed cracks in the foundation of modern-day lending. Experts in this discussion will focus on how the mortgage industry is working to right previous wrongs and champion a housing market that serves all.

Date & Time: May 21st, 12 pm CT (if you can’t make this time, register and we’ll provide on demand!)
Sponsored by: Argyle

Hannah Arnold
Vice President, Business Development
Charles Lowery
Director of Legislative Policy and External Affairs
New American Funding
Simone Beaty
Director of Single-Family Affordable Lending Initiatives
Freddie Mac
John Beacham
Toorak Capital Partners

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