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Closing the Homeownership Gap

Julia R. Gordon, Assistant Secretary for Housing and Federal Housing Commissioner of HUD, speaks to MortgagePoint about recent changes such as FHA’s mortgage insurance premium reductions, an ongoing commitment to improving IT infrastructure, and how the arc of her career brought her to her current role.

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Neighborhood Stabilization: A Nationwide Community Effort

Nonprofits across the country are partnering up with lenders and government agencies to minimize neighborhood blight caused by vacant foreclosed properties. The topic was part of the curriculum at the Five Star Default Servicing Conference and Expo, and the panelists found themselves speaking to a full house. Paul Kaboth with the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland started the discussion by stressing that a marketplace strained with high levels of REOs and vacancies will persist for at least another five years.

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NAHREP Honors Advisory Team Members with Founders’ Awards

The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP), a non-profit trade association dedicated to increasing the homeownership rate among Latinos, recently honored Glenda Gabriel and Craig Nickerson with the 2010 NAHREP Founders' Award. The awards were presented at the NAHREP/AREAA Real Estate & Marketing Conference last week. Gabriel, SVP at Bank of America, and Nickerson, president of the National Community Stabilization Trust (NCST), are members of the association's national board and leadership advisory teams.

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