Capital View Blog
Hear directly from MBA President and CEO David H. Stevens on issues around the intersection of Washington, D.C. and the Industry.
Financial Industry News
Multifamily Mortgage Debt Hits $1 Trillion in Second Quarter as Commercial/Multifamily Mortgage Debt Continues Upward Trend
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I love being part of MBA because it's given me the chance to meet and work with folks who have the same passion for this industry as I do. MBA provides the framework for all of us to work together toward common goals. And with such strength in numbers, we can move our industry forward.
Real estate finance is always about change. The change can be legislative, regulatory or economic. MBA helps us anticipate change before it occurs.
We get an opportunity to actually meet with legislators, decision makers and regulators.Those are the folks who are formulating what the future of our industry is going to look like. It is fantastic to have a voice in that process.
Through active member engagement, you can lend your expertise to MBA's grassroots and national policy and legislative agendas to truly be the voice of the industry, as the future of real estate finance in America is determined.
Mortgage Banking Magazine
Latest Issue: September 2015
Be sure to read:
- The TRID Challenge
Ten experts talk about the biggest challenge associated with implementing the new TILA RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) rule. The answers range from the vast scope of collaboration required, the difficulty of testing solutions among countless parties, the substantial technology investment needed and, of course, the deadline.
- Q&A With Ted Tozer
Robert Stowe England does a one-on-one interview with Ginnie Mae President Ted Tozer. Ginnie Mae's top executive talks about the rise of non- banks in the agency's issuer base and how that completely changes the kind of oversight that's needed.
- The Build Or Buy Decision
Industry veteran John J. Jacobs, Master CMB, compares the two quickest ways to substantially grow production volume. The author walks executives through the thought process of finding the cheapest and most efficient way to jumpstart their origination volume.
MBA Mortgage Rates
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