Housing Leaders Talk Reform; Great Week for Rates; Could FHA's Permanent MI be Changed?

Attendees at the Ginnie Mae Summit commemorating the agencies 50 th anniversary on Thursday heard from both Dr. Ben Carson, Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Dr. Mark A. Calabria, newly confirmed director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA). Each addressed their plans for updating their respective housing finance components. Calabria spoke first to the increasing role of non-bank mortgage originators. In 2013, he said, non-banks originated 30 percent of the mortgages sold to one of the government guarantee programs. By February of this year, that footprint had doubled to 60 percent. In 2018 those companies originated roughly 50 percent of all mortgages sold to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (the GSEs) and they are now Ginnie Mae’s main counterparties
Housing Leaders Talk Reform; Great Week for Rates; Could FHA's Permanent MI be Changed?
Housing Leaders Talk Reform; Great Week for Rates; Could FHA's Permanent MI be Changed?

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