CHLA releases a comprehensive “Report on Ginnie Mae” – which explains why smaller IMB issuers pose no significant financial or systemic risk to Ginnie – and concludes that Ginnie Mae should not tighten supervision of smaller IMBs.
Don Calcaterra, Jr. testifies on behalf of CHLA at a House hearing on housing finance reform – outlining critical small lender priorities and essential protections, opposing new GSE charters to allow vertical integration, and laying out CHLA’s administrative plan to reform and recapitalize the GSEs.
CHLA Calls on RHS to Eliminate “Anachronistic” Interest Rate Cap Contact: Scott Olson For Immediate Release 571-527-2601
October 12, 2018 Request for Information Establishment of Maximum Interest Rate Rural Housing Service Kate Jensen Finance and Loan Analyst Single Family Housing Guaranteed Loan Program USDA Rural Development 1400 Independence Avenue STOP 0784, Room 2250 Washington DC 20250-1522 Dear Ms. Jensen: The Community Home Lenders Association (CHLA) is pleased to submit these comments in response to the August 17 Request for
CHLA Member IMBs Write IRS: IMBs Should Be Fully Eligible for Small Business Passthrough Tax Deduction 10/01/2018
October 1, 2018 Hon. Steven Mnuchin Hon. Charles Rettig Secretary, Department of the Treasury Commissioner, Internal Revenue Service 1500 Pennsylvania Avenue NW 1111 Constitution Avenue NW Washington, DC 20220
IMBs Should Be Fully Eligible for Small Business Passthrough Tax Deduction Disallowing Deduction for IMBs based on Technicality is “Absurd” and “inconsistent with statutory language and Congressional intent” Contact: Scott Olson For Immediate Release 571-527-2601
CHLA Asks Top Federal Officials for Small IMB Lender Protections to Sell Loans in Wake of Forbearance
CHLA today sent a joint letter to Federal Reserve Chairman Powell, Treasury Secretary Mnuchin, HUD Secretary Carson, and FHFA Director Calabria, asking that any credit
A National Mortgage News story highlights CHLA’s joint letter to HUD Secretary Carson, FHFA Director Calabria, VA Secretary Wilkie, and RHA Administrator Lammers asking for
In an oped in Scotsman Guide’s April Magazine, Wayne Watkinson of Offit Kurman warns about SAFE Act creep, where states expand the critieria beyond the