Jacob Gaffney named editor-in-chief at HousingWire

Jacob Gaffney, who led HousingWire’s editorial team for more than a decade, recently left the company and is partnering with Alyson Austin, a former CoreLogic executive, to launch Gaffney Austin.

FHFA delays principal reduction ruling FICO warns mortgage, student loan delinquencies may rise Insurers, Lenders Fight Over Foreclosure’s Policy Impact Cuomo told city nonprofit agencies yesterday that he would be willing to halt Federal Housing Administration foreclosures. be turned over to HUD investigators and the agency would be asked not to.

Beginning October 15, 2016, loan servicers must begin contacting eligible homeowners about the Principal Reduction Modification program. They have until December 31, 2016 to do so, which means homeowners have a very narrow window to apply for a principal reduction. The FHFA estimates that approximately 33,000 homeowners will qualify.

Without naming names, the research. accurately estimate foreclosure timelines,” said Oversite CEO, james albertelli. jacob Gaffney is formerly Editor-in-Chief of HousingWire and HousingWire.com. He.

The Borrower Bailout Fallacy: Why PIMCO’s Bill Gross is Flat-Out Wrong If we can bail out Chrysler, why can’t we support the American homeowner? It’s hard to know where to go with this, but let’s deal with a few inaccuracies first and then get to the gist of the argument. Gross has rewritten a good chunk of financial history. The US did bail out Chrysler, but not at any explicit cost to the taxpayer.

This extra layer of expertise and practical exposure to selected companies was influential in helping HousingWire recognize the 100 fintech companies that deserve the honor of being named the greatest players in the game," said HousingWire Editor-in-Chief Jacob Gaffney.

Jacob Gaffney is formerly Editor-in-Chief of HousingWire and HousingWire.com. He previously covered securitization for Reuters and Source Media in London before returning to the United States in 2009.

Jacob Gaffney is formerly Editor-in-Chief of HousingWire and HousingWire.com. He previously covered securitization for Reuters and Source Media in London before returning to the United States in 2009..

named the greatest players in the game," said HousingWire. Editor-in-Chief Jacob Gaffney. "We couldn’t be more proud of the. HousingWire is the most influential source of news and.

Mortgage applications surge on low interest rates when they topped out near 5 percent and pushed mortgage applications to a four-year low. But lower rates prompted a surge in mortgage applications this week, with a 1.5 percent increase in the market.

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Florida foreclosure defense attorneys allege ‘rocket docket’ abuses In 2011, the FHFA sued 18 financial institutions alleging federal securities law violations, and in some cases common law fraud, with regard to the sale of private label residential mortgage backed securities to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

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HousingWire Editor-in-Chief Jacob Gaffney interviews Tim Mayopoulos, the President of Blend. In this episode, Mayopoulos discusses his transition from GSE to Fintech, as well as the current market outlook for mortgage lenders.

This extra layer of expertise and practical exposure to selected companies was influential in helping HousingWire recognize the 100 fintech companies that deserve the honor of being named the greatest players in the game," said HousingWire Editor-in-Chief Jacob Gaffney. "We couldn’t be more proud of the innovators and entrepreneurs behind these organizations and we hope you’ll join us in celebrating their inclusion on the most prestigious list of its kind – the HW Tech100."

This extra layer of expertise and practical exposure to selected companies was influential in helping HousingWire recognize the 100 fintech companies that deserve the honor of being named the greatest players in the game," said HousingWire Editor-in-Chief Jacob Gaffney.

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