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MBS Trends Are Changing

A new report found that Ginnie Mae’s bank and thrift holdings of agency mortgage-backed securities pass-throughs fell for the first time in Q1 2018, then again in Q2. Here’s what this decline could mean for the MBS market.

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Shifting Powers on Capitol Hill

The Mid-term elections are almost upon us and how America votes next week could determine the course of the housing market. Here’s what can change and what won’t.

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FHFA’s Three Goals Over Three Years

The FHFA has outlined a roadmap for the housing finance agency and the entities under its conservatorship for a more diverse and inclusive future by 2021. What are those goals and how will they impact your business?

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LERETA Announces Chief Strategy Officer

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LERETA, LLC, a national provider of real estate tax and flood services for mortgage servicers based in Covina, California, has tapped Eric Christensen as the Chief Strategy Officer for the company. Christensen is responsible for product development, corporate strategy, marketing, and M&A transactions.

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FHFA Weighs in on Foreclosure Prevention

A recent FHFA report reflects the total number of foreclosure prevention actions taken by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, comparing those statistics to the numbers overall since 2008. What were the key causes of delinquencies during the period?

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