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How Will GSE Reforms Affect Borrowers?

After the financial crisis, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac became the biggest names in the secondary market. See what could happen if the market moved from Fannie and Freddie and into private hands.

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How Can Lenders Reach Millennial Homebuyers?

Millennials are the fastest-growing and largest homebuying group in the nation, but their needs may be different than those before them. At an MReport webinar titled Hottest Buyers on the Block: Reaching Millennials, experts addressed how lenders can change their approach to keep up with the changing needs of these buyers.

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WMBC Showcases Logo

This month, the Women’s Mortgage Banking Collective (WMBC) unveiled its new logo. This collective was formed in April 2018 to bring together women in all roles and levels in the mortgage banking community to educate, connect, and empower women, and was co-founded by Stacie Rankey and Toni Bramley.

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Why Borrowers Are Still Sweet on HARP

Despite overall refi volumes at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac declining in Q2, the FHFA’s quarterly refinance report revealed that borrowers were still opting for loans under HARP, a program that’s scheduled to expire at the end of the year.

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Testing the GSEs’ Performance in Adverse Conditions

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On Tuesday, the FHFA released the results of the annual stress tests for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, that determines how well they’re equipped to absorb losses during adverse or severely adverse economic conditions. Click through for the findings.

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