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The Housing and Insurance Subcommittee met today to review the Housing Choice Voucher Program and three legislative proposals that would improve mobility among families, foster kids and individuals recovering from opioid addiction within the program.
The Housing and Insurance Subcommittee met today to review H.R. 5059, the State Insurance Regulation Preservation Act. Introduced on February 15, 2018 by Representatives Keith Rothfus and Joyce Beatty, the bill would amend the Home Owners’ Loan Act with respect to the registration and supervision of insurance savings and loan holding companies (SLHC).
House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-TX) sent a letter to Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) Director Mel Watt on Friday demanding an explanation for his decision to continue payments to the Housing Trust Fund and Capital Magnet Fund (the Funds) in the wake of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s (GSEs) latest infusion of taxpayer funds from Treasury.
House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-TX) released the following statement harshly criticizing Fannie Mae’s request for bailout funds from Treasury and calling on FHFA Director Mel Watt to stand by his word and immediately suspend payments to the Housing Trust Fund.
On Thursday, the House voted 280-131 to pass H.R. 1153, the Mortgage Choice Act of 2017. This bipartisan legislation, which was sponsored by Rep. Bill Huizenga (R-MI), would preserve consumer choice and help more Americans – especially those with low- and moderate-incomes and first time homebuyers – achieve the dream of homeownership
On Thursday, the House voted 280-131 to pass H.R. 1153, the Mortgage Choice Act of 2017. This bipartisan legislation, which was sponsored by Rep. Bill Huizenga (R-MI), would preserve consumer choice and help more Americans – especially those with low- and moderate-incomes and first time homebuyers – achieve the dream of homeownership.
his morning, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) and the Treasury Department announced an agreement to deprive taxpayers of the compensation to which they are legally entitled under the ongoing conservatorships of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (the GSEs).
This week, the Financial Services Committee approved 13 billson a range of subjects from economic growth, to consumer protection, to Native American housing and human trafficking. This week’s markup follows a very productive year for the Committee, which has held 54 subcommittee hearings
The Housing and Insurance Subcommittee held a hearing today to continue assessing views and perspectives on comprehensive housing finance reform. “Today was an important step towards reforming our housing finance system, credit enhancement, and credit risk transfers,” said Subcommittee Chairman Sean Duffy (R-WI).
The House passed bipartisan legislation on Friday that protects consumers’ ability to become homeowners and access affordable housing. Manufactured housing serves as an affordable housing option for roughly 22 million Americans and represents the largest form of unsubsidized affordable housing in the nation.
The Housing and Insurance Subcommittee met today to assess the role of the Government National Mortgage Association – commonly referred to as “Ginnie Mae” – as members continued to examine the need to reform the U.S. housing finance system.
The declining fiscal condition of the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund represents “a clear and present danger to taxpayers, homebuyers and the U.S. economy” and must be addressed by Congress, said Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-TX).
The Subcommittee on Housing and Insurance held a hearing today entitled “Sustainable Housing Finance Part III.” The hearing allowed the Subcommittee to further assess views and perspectives on the need to enact comprehensive housing finance reform
The Subcommittee on Housing and Insurance held its second hearing on private sector perspectives of sustainable housing finance reform. "We're holding this subcommittee hearing today because of the fact that while the most important factor in reforming the housing finance system are homebuyers, it is vitally important that the way we reform the housing
Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-TX) delivered the following opening statement at today’s hearing with Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson: Today we welcome the 17th Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Dr. Ben Carson for his first appearance before our committee