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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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What’s Holding Back Housing Starts?

The latest data on housing starts released by the Census Bureau was disappointing for many analysts. Here are the factors that experts think are impacting the construction of new homes despite a strong construction labor market and rising builder confidence.

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Montgomery Talks FHA Challenges and Goals

From challenges in updating technology and filling staff vacancies, to addressing falling minority homeownership rates, FHA Commissioner Brian Montgomery spoke to press Tuesday about the goals and challenges he’s facing after returning tom the agency.

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Deep Diving Into New Home Sales

New Home Sales

New Home sales are rising but will the growing numbers sustain? Here’s what experts are saying about the factors that can impact new home sales as the industry moves into the peak homebuying season.

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Affordable Housing vs. GSE Reform

affordable housing

In light of proposed housing finance reforms, a study looked at the effectiveness of measures in place regarding the fee paid by the GSEs to HUD and The Treasury towards raising funds for affordable housing and here’s what it found.

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