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Eyes on the Horizon

As we approach a new year, MortgagePoint took the temperature of industry experts to see what lies ahead for a market that trudged through 2023 hampered by the convergence of rates reaching 20-year highs, a shortage of housing inventory, and inflated home values.

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Federal Reserve Holds Rates Steady Moving Into the New Year

For the third meeting in a row, the Federal Open Market Committee chose to hold rates steady based on current market conditions and future predictions. Click through to find out the current interest rate and read a brief history of rate hikes since the pandemic began, as well as commentary from relevant economists and sources.

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Ginnie Mae MBS Tops $2.5T

For the 2023 calendar year-to-date, Ginnie Mae has supported the pooling and securitization of more than 570,000 first-time homebuyer loans.

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HUD Recaps Homeownership Achievements

Taking a look back at the significant milestones it has achieved, HUD continues to focus on expanding access to homeownership, supporting home retention, and addressing racial bias nationwide.

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Ginnie Mae MBS Issuance Topped $404B in FY 2023

In its Annual Financial Report, Ginnie Mae highlights its financial performance and accomplishments over the past year, as it supported affordable, equitable homeownership and rental housing for tens of millions of American households.

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