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Looking for Bipartisan Solutions

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As the new members to the Congress settle in after the midterm elections, here’s how both parties can work together to solve the current challenges in the housing market.

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Senate Advances Kraninger Nomination

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A key procedural vote by the Senate has taken Kathleen Kraninger a step closer to becoming the next Director at the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection. Here's how the vote went.

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Monitoring the Triggers for Financial Distress

Fed Rates

The Fed’s first Financial Stability Report assesses the triggers that can impact the economy’s monetary stability. Watch this video to learn what the Fed Chairman, Jerome Powell had to say about this report’s findings.

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Setting Limits

FHFA has announced the maximum conforming loan limits for mortgages to be acquired by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in 2019. How have these limits changed?

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A Win-Win for Borrowers and the FHA

The recent MMI Fund Annual Report published by the FHA highlighted how the CWCOT program was saving money for the agency and borrowers. Five Star Institute’s President and CEO, Ed Delgado makes a case for why certain tweaks to the FHA’s CWCOT program would benefit homeowners and the agency.

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Housing for New Americans

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Immigration is up—and so is home buying among this demographic. Click through to find out where these new Americans are settling down.

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