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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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Ginnie Mae’s Single-Family MBS Issuance Declines

While overall outstanding mortgage-backed securities at Ginnie Mae increased in July, its data indicated a decline in the issuance of single-family MBS from last year. Here’s a break down of MBS’ performance across various loans.

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‘Will Help Ensure a Stable U.S. Housing Market’

At a hearing to consider his nomination as President of Ginnie Mae, Michael Bright, told the Senate Banking Committee that he would continue to work on modernizing the agency and ensuring the security of the loans it oversees to ensure better security price and lower rates for borrowers.

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