What’s next for housing finance reform? – Houston Chronicle

This is an excellent article  from the Houston Chronicle about proposed reforms to the existing mortgage financing system in the United States.

Though not every proposed reform will have a direct impact on consumers, initiatives in five key areas likely are to change mortgage financing in the future. These areas are the unfinished business of mortgage reform.

Winding down Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Creation of a common securitization platform.

Reform of the compensation system for mortgage servicers.

Revision of key documents for borrowers.

You can read the entire article in the following link:

What’s next for housing finance reform? – Houston Chronicle.

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I am a fifth generation native of the city of Houston, TX. I live in the eclectic East Montrose neighborhood. I have been a full time licensed Realtor for 30+ years, so I know the real estate business and I know this city! I specialize in Houston's popular inner-loop neighborhoods.
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