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Tax Reform Bill Headed Back to House for Revote

After a victory in the House, the bill headed to the Senate Tuesday night, but a technicality will send it back to the House for a revote on Wednesday morning.

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Fannie Offers $10M for Affordable Housing Solutions

Fannie Mae is offering $10 million dollars for solutions to the country’s affordable housing issues. The government-sponsored enterprise issued its Sustainable Communities Innovation Challenge earlier this week.

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House and Senate Republicans Release Joint Tax Legislation

On Friday, Republicans unveiled details of the final version of their tax cut bill, clearing the way for a floor vote that is expected to happen next week. To view the full agreement, click here. Here are the details of ...

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New Year Brings New Homeowner Bill of Rights Requirements

Riddled throughout California’s Homeowner Bill of Rights are the words “repealed” effective “January 1, 2018”. If loan servicers assume that means the entire HOBR will be repealed and that all they have to worry about is complying with the CFPB loss mitigation rules—think again.

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Yellen: Tax Reform Will Likely Provide ‘Some Lift’ to Economy

After a two-day policy meeting, the Federal Reserve today announced an interest rate hike as expected, after which Fed Chair Janet Yellen addressed her expectations for the tax reform bill Congress is trying to get across the finish line.

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FHLBank of San Francisco Welcomes New Board Member

The Board of Directors of the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco announced that it has selected Jeffrey K. Ball to fill an upcoming vacancy on the board.

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