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President Alanna McCargo leads a discussion on the State of the Housing Market with past Presidents of Ginnie Mae and kicks off the “Ginnie Mae Summit Series” of important industry events.
Acting Deputy Secretary for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and FHA Commissioner Brian Montgomery addressed the 2019 Ginnie Mae Summit, detailing his plan to enhance the performance of the agency, and the unique partnership FHA has with Ginnie Mae that keeps mortgage money flowing in the U.S. housing finance system.
Michael Drayne, senior vice president of strategic planning, policy and communications leads a panel discussion with mortgage executives from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the USDA Rural Housing Service.
Mark Calabria, director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency delivered remarks about the future status of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and their role in the U.S. housing finance system.
John Getchis, senior vice president for capital markets at Ginnie Mae hosts an in-depth discussion of what ahead for the MBS market as interest rate volatility increases and economic headwinds emerge.
Investors, traders and originators came together to analyze the market for Ginnie Mae mortgage servicing rights and how the asset is being managed and valued.
Before a room of nearly 1,000 attendees HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson explained the importance of the Ginnie Mae MBS program for American homeownership and the modernization efforts underway at the agency to ensure it is capable of meeting the housing needs of families for decades to come.
Leaders of Ginnie Mae’s strategic initiatives to enhance the technology and program capacity of the Ginnie Mae platform provide details into the process and how the mortgage industry will benefit.
Acting Ginnie Mae President Maren Kasper moderates a panel with four housing policy experts to hear their views on the role of private capital in the mortgage market and the outlook for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Using a wealth of data and years of insight, finance and economics experts from Freddie Mac and State Street Global Advisers dig into the forces that are moving America’s housing markets.
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