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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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The Future of Housing is …

Where is the U.S. Economy heading? An industry expert gave insights into the current and future trends that are likely to shape the economy as well as the housing industry.

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A Look at What Experts Are Saying About Regulation

After Monday’s release of the Treasury report on Core Principals of Financial Regulation, critics are saying the proposed changes will put the economy in great danger. Proponents feel the proper restructuring of regulation is imperative and applaud the Treasury’s report. Take a look at why as the industry reacts.

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GSEs: Where Should the Money Go?

For four months, the Department of the Treasury, GSEs, and Federal Housing Finance Agency have been in disagreement with Fannie and Freddie investors on where profits should be directed. Though the D.C. Circuit affirmed a lower court’s ruling that actions taken under the FHFA’s conservatorship of the GSEs cannot be challenged in court, the shareholders are now taking matters to the full D.C. Circuit for a rehearing. The FHFA and Treasury are now urging the D.C. Circuit not to modify its original ruling.

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