CHLA In The News
August 21, 2018 As reported by Ben Lane on HousingWire.com, FHFA has announced an end to their expansion into the single-family rental market – a move supported by the Community Home Lenders Association. “The Community Home Lenders Association is pleased that FHFA has concluded that GSE financing of large-scale single-family rental portfolios should be ended,” Scott Olson, CHLA’s executive director, said in a statement. “Fannie Mae and
August 6, 2018 As reported by Hannah Lang in National Mortgage News today, the recently released report by the Treasury Department is being well-received by the mortgage industry, including industry representatives of the smaller and mid-sized independent mortgage banks like the Community Home Lenders Association (CHLA). Click Here to read full article.
August 9, 2018 READ CHLA – 2018 Report on Independent Mortgage Bankers HERE
June 25 2018 In Rob Blackwell‘s Opinion piece in National Mortgage News, he acknowledges that support from community banks is crucial for passage of GSE reform. Click Here for full article.
June 27, 2018 Reported by Hannah Lang in National Mortgage News – CHLA Executive Director, Scott Olson, talks about the potential problems of additional guarantors, the importance of G Fee parity and prospects for administrative reform of FHFA. Click Here for full article.
June 21, 2018 As reported by Victor Whitman in Scotsman Guide, the White House yesterday released their plan to end the federal charters of GSEs and privatize Fannie Mac and Freddie Mae. Click Here for full article.
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