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Uniting Over Housing

Here is how a divided Congress can come together and solve the current housing market challenges through bipartisan legislation.

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Why CWCOT Is Good for Homeowners

The FHA’s recent Annual Report of its MMI Fund highlights a key area that has been saving money for taxpayers. Five Star Institute’s President and CEO, Ed Delgado makes a case for why certain tweaks to the FHA’s CWCOT program would provide a win-win for borrowers and the FHA.

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Seeking the Right Balance

The capital reserves in FHA’s Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund have remained above the statutory minimum for the fourth consecutive year. Here are the opportunities and headwinds the FHA foresees for this portfolio.

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Déjà Vu All Over Again

A new analysis indicates that the GSEs are increasing their leverage to maintain mortgage activity levels. How is this trend impacting the risks associated with mortgage defaults?

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The Future Business of the FHA

In a keynote address on Wednesday, FHA Commissioner Brian Montgomery gave insights into current initiatives at the FHA and what you can expect from it in the future.

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FHA Issues New Requirements

In a move intended to speed up payments on claims, the FHA has revised certain requirements for servicers. Click through to learn more about these changes and what type of mortgages they would impact.

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