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All But 3% of Mortgages ‘Current and Performing’

A new report required by law under the Helping Families Save Their Homes Act of 2009, a provision of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, showed that the majority of loans are current, and foreclosures remain below levels recorded before the pandemic.

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FHFA Adds Two Key Execs

Laura Thrift will lead the Agency as Director of the Office of Congressional Affairs and Communications, and Alexei Alexandrov as Chief Economist.

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BCFP and FHFA Make History

The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection and Federal Housing Finance Agency are providing loan origination data never before released … click here to learn more.

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Survival of the Fittest

As the industry enters post-crisis mode, there's a new phase of operational disruption on the horizon—deregulation. Editor’s Note: This story was originally featured in the April issue of MReport, out now. 

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