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Overcoming Housing Affordability Hurdles

Cake Mortgage CEO David Abelyan shares his perspective on what needs to be done in the market to help alleviate the affordability issue, and what products are ideal to assist first-time buyers.  

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Who Needs Non-QM Loans?

Greg Austin of Carrington Mortgage Services discusses the flexibility found in non-QM loans for the self-employed, investors, and more.

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Montgomery Envisions Future of FHA

The Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs met to hear testimony regarding the nomination of Brian Montgomery, as commissioner of the Federal Housing Administration—and declared the next steps to proceed with his confirmation.

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FHA Proposes Enhancements to HECM Program

FHA was praised last year for making changes to its HECM program that helped non-borrowing spouses avoid foreclosure. What further changes did the FHA propose to help seniors sustain their HECM loans?

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The Face Off—FHA vs. Private Mortgage Insurance

In the time period following the housing market collapse, private mortgage insurance was not easy to obtain. This left the door open for the FHA to step in to accommodate low-down payment borrowers and pick up more market share. But the tables have since turned.

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