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Natural Disaster Risk at Center of New FHFA RFI

As FHFA notes, natural disasters could result in increased delinquency rates, default rates, credit losses, credit-related expenses, and loan loss frequency and severity.” The FHFA will accept feedback for its RFI through April 19.

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After the Dust Settles

Weighing in on issues ranging from rent control and home construction to tax cuts and spending constraints, DS News untangles how the new landscape could impact housing and mortgage in 2019.

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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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Credit Union Group Opposes Revision to FHLBank Membership Requirements

NAFCU's complaint stems from a provision of the proposed rule that would require FHLB members and applicants to keep 1 percent of assets in home mortgage loans. Current members would also be required to hold at least 10 percent of assets in residential mortgage loans on an ongoing basis as opposed to just at the time of application, as the current rule requires.

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Report: Fed Paid Record $98.7 Billion to Treasury in 2014

Preliminary unaudited results indicate that the Federal Home Loan Banks of the U.S. Federal Reserve Board paid a record amount of approximately $98.7 billion out of their 2014 estimated net income of $101.5 billion to the U.S. Department of Treasury, according to an announcement from the Fed on Friday.

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