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Volume 22 - Number 22

October 26, 2018

Ginnie Mae Watching Nonbanks Closely

If anyone in the mortgage industry thought Ginnie Mae – and FHA for that matter – might take a kinder, gentler approach to the lenders it manages under the Trump administration, by now they are sorely disappointed. Over the past few weeks, Ginnie has suspended a mid-sized lender – 360 Mortgage Group – from its program and sent Executive Vice President Maren Kasper to the annual convention of the Mortgage Bankers Association to relay the message that agency stress tests are ...

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