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Jill Haro to be VP of Corporate Administration at LRES

LRES recently named Jill Haro as VP of Corporate Administration. In this role, Haro will oversee compliance and corporate-wide strategic projects. Haro has more than 15 years of experience working within the mortgage services industry in operations, client relations, and corporate project management.

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Greg McCoskey Joins NTC as Lead General Counsel

Nationwide Title Clearing announced recently that Greg McCoskey has been hired as the company's Lead General Counsel. McCoskey’s responsibilities will include working with the operations and management teams to provide counsel on corporate and litigation matters for NTC and to ensuring that NTC's customers remain insulated from statutory non-compliance risk for any operation outsourced to NTC.

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Survey Says. . .

Two recently released reports show the state of mortgage rates across the country. How did they fare comparatively week-over-week, month-over-month, and year-over-year?  

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FHFA Evaluates Future Goals

The FHFA announced its proposition for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s 2018-2020 Single-Family Housing and Multifamily housing goals Thursday. They have opened up ability to comment on the proposed rule, which will close 60 days from publication in the Federal Register.

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Senate Committee Takes on GSE Reform

According to remarks heard in the Principles of Housing Finance Reform hearing today, the status quo is no longer an option when it comes to Fannie and Freddie. But what would a reformed system look like? And how can we get there? Today’s hearing at the Senate Commmittee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs offered some ideas.

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