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Should Conforming Loan Limits be Capped?

In November, the Federal Housing Finance Agency announced its annual change to the conforming loan limit for loans purchased by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (GSEs). For 2022, it was announced that the limit increased by 18% to $647,200, reflecting the average increase of home prices over the last year.  But ...

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Loan Limits Increased to Keep Up with Appreciation

Due to the drastic increase in real estate prices over the last year, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has announced new loan limits for 2022 for its Single Family Title II forward and Home Equity Conversion Mortgage insurance programs.  The agency is statutorily mandated by the ...

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All Eyes on Risk

With millions of Americans remaining in forbearance plans, all eyes are turning to the servicing sector as the industry navigates complex regulatory and market changes. (Sponsored Content)

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