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NMSA Proposes COVID-19 Response to Ensure Liquidity, Stability

To address concerns and to introduce ways to mitigate the unintended consequences of announced foreclosure moratoriums, the National Mortgage Servicing Association announced a proposal to ensure that the up to $100 billion in liquidity necessary to provide payment relief for up to 12 million Ginnie Mae homeowners is secured.

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Charting the Path Forward for Mortgage Servicing

At a meeting of the National Mortgage Servicing Association Wednesday, Wes Iseley, Senior Managing Director at Carrington Mortgage Holdings, was announced as the group’s new incoming Chair. Learn more about the NMSA and its initiatives here.

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Improving Homeownership

Ray Barbone, EVP, BankUnited speaks with DS News Reporter Radhika Ojha on homeownership trends and the importance of diversity and inclusion in the housing industry.

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When the Waters Recede

Editor’s Note: This story was originally featured in the May issue of DS News, out now. According to the National Hurricane Center, Hurricane Harvey caused $125 billion in damage, a higher toll than any previous U.S. natural disaster other than Hurricane Katrina. ...

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