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Bringing the American Dream to Veterans

Ginnie Mae Veteran lending policy

BBMC Mortgage President Todd Jones tells MReport how his own military service helps him anticipate and meet the needs of veteran homebuyers. Editor’s Note: This feature originally appeared in the October issue of MReport, out now.

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Mortgage Apps and DTI Ratios

loan applications

A new analysis reveals that since 2015 debt-to-income ratio has become the number one reason that lenders have turned down purchase-mortgage applications. What are the factors that are impacting the DTI ratios of homebuyers?

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Reverse Mortgage Rules Receive an Update

Lender

The Federal Housing Administration recently announced that it will begin requiring lenders originating new reverse mortgages, to provide a second property appraisal under certain circumstances. Find out what circumstances call for a second appraisal.

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Commissioner Brian Montgomery Discusses HUD

The Hon. Brian D. Montgomery, FHA Commissioner and Assistant Secretary for Housing, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, headlined a powerful lineup of industry professionals who gathered Monday as part of the Legal League 100 Servicer Summit.

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When Will BCFP and Ginnie Mae Get a New Head?

On Thursday, Kathy Kraninger’s nomination to head the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection advanced to the Senate after the Banking Committee voted in its favor. See who else’s nomination advanced along with Kraninger.

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