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Industry Reacts to Brian Montgomery’s Nomination as HUD’s Deputy Secretary

“His vision of modernizing the critical infrastructure of the FHA is essential to successfully serving all Americans with affordable and responsible mortgage financing while protecting both borrowers and taxpayers from avoidable risk. He will be a valuable voice within the administration and in the housing community as a whole.” – David M. Dworkin

Bipartisan housing finance reform on the road less taken

“The Treasury Department has provided a map that lays out many roads, some of which are well-worn and bad for consumers and taxpayers alike. But the road less traveled, the road to true bipartisan housing reform, is now apparent – and if we choose to take it, it will make all the difference.” -David M. Dworkin

Spotlight on Housing Reform

“The most important thing the hearing accomplished is that it has reinvigorated the debate on housing finance reform after 11 years of conservatorship and established a path forward that requires both Congress and the administration to get right.” – David M. Dworkin

What’s Next for Housing Finance Reform?

“The housing goals language in the report is a non-starter that undercuts the value of everything else in the paper. And let’s be clear, there’s no getting around Congress on the housing. They are written into the law and the civil rights community and a broader group of housing experts, including the National Housing Conference and most of our members have made clear, we won’t accept any back-tracking on this critical element of the system.” – David M. Dworkin

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