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Divided Congress Will Slow Legislative Process

November 18th, 2022|

By Monica Hogan

Although still undecided at press time, partisan control of Congress will be by slim numbers, with implications for the housing-finance industry both in the lame-duck session that starts next week and in the new Congress, which convenes in January.

Tumultuous Housing Market Has Potential Homebuyers Craving Stability, Concerned About Affordability

November 10th, 2022|

By Amanda Jacobson Snyder

Housing experts say persistent supply issues may continue to drive prices beyond the reach of many. Americans across generations have an enduring desire to own their own home, but high prices driven by a persistent lack of supply have a large share of would-be homeowners doubtful of their ability to make the dream of homeownership come true.

Busy Days, Change Ahead for Congress After Election

November 4th, 2022|

By Monica Hogan, Inside Mortgage Finance

Legislative action could heat up following the midterm elections, including for issues related to housing, said two government relations consultants speaking this week at the annual National Association of Affordable Housing Lenders policy conference in Washington, DC. “If you’re talking to policymakers, it’s crunch time to get things passed,” said Bryan Blom, vice president at Porterfield, Fettig & Sears.

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