May 21, 2015

Housing Finance: Current State and Future Trends

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As major banks have reduced their participation in mortgage lending and servicing, nonbanking institutions have stepped in to fill the void, providing needed credit access. Thanks to the flexibility in Ginnie Mae’s single security platform, nonbanks functioned in the market and disruptions were minimal.

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May 12, 2015

Measuring Progress in the Housing Market

We measure the health of our nation’s housing market through several important tools. A particularly powerful one is HUD’s monthly Housing Scorecard. The Scorecard gives us a closer look at how well our policies and programs are serving American families. As we look back on March, we witnessed progress among key indicators, including growing strength […]

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March 10, 2015

Measuring Progress in the Housing Market

HUD’s February housing scorecard provides a closer look at the recovery of our nation’s housing market. While this scorecard notes that the housing market is on a strong trajectory, it’s clear we must stay committed to helping American families and homeowners who continue to recover from the Great Recession. The latest data show progress among […]

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February 26, 2015

FHA’s Middle Class Promise

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Over the last 80 years, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has played a critical role in building America’s middle class and has since helped 40 million families become homeowners.

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