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Predicting the Future of the Hispanic Housing Market

Hispanic homeownership has steadily grown for seven consecutive years, and it is predicted that Hispanic households will account for 70% of homeownership growth over the next 20 years. But amidst a tight housing market, potential Hispanic homebuyers —especially first-time buyers— ...

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Fannie Mae Continues to Forecast 2023 Recession

According to new research from Fannie Mae’s Economic and Strategic Research Group (ESR), the housing market is expected to further cool as mortgage rates continue to rise and continues to predict an official recession conditions in 2023.  According to the ...

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Ginnie Mae Loans in Forbearance Rise in August

While overall mortgage servicers’ portfolio volume of loans in forbearance continues to dwindle, Ginnie Mae loans in forbearance increased in August, with approximately 360,000 U.S. homeowners currently in forbearance plans.

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Fannie Mae Onboards New Chief Risk Officer

Fannie Mae has announced it has appointed Anthony Moon as Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer (CRO), effective starting in the fourth quarter 2022. In this role, Moon will be responsible for Fannie Mae’s Enterprise Risk Management, which oversees ...

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Fannie Mae Chief to Receive Award for Forecast Accuracy

As economic uncertainty continues amidst market turmoil and talks of recession, Fannie Mae Senior Vice President and Chief Economist Douglas G. Duncan predicts a modest recession, characterized by competing effects of inflation and a strong labor market.  Duncan will deliver ...

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