Shining a Light on Land Use Regulation and Policies Across the U.S.

October 29, 2019

Michael LaCour-Little

by Michael LaCour-Little
Director of Economics

Overly restrictive local land-use regulations limit the supply and increase the cost of housing. We collaborated with the Urban Institute to launch a new public data source on land-use practices from data collected through the National Longitudinal Land Use Survey. Creating this public resource supports one of Fannie Mae's key strategic objectives—to help expand access to affordable housing across the country by identifying barriers to new supply.
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Lenders Share Experiences with Front-End and Back-End Digital Transformation Investment

October 16, 2019

Kimberly Johnson

by Kimberly Johnson
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

When investing in digital transformation, more lenders say they focus on improving the front-end consumer experience than back-end operational efficiency, according to Fannie Mae's Mortgage Lender Sentiment Survey® (MLSS). Additionally, lenders reported a higher success rate with front-end digital transformation efforts than back-end efforts.
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Data Standards are Critical for the Mortgage Industry's Digital Future

October 15, 2019

Prabhakar Bhogaraju

by Prabhakar Bhogaraju
Vice President for Digital Shared Services
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Preparing for Better Outcomes with FEMA and Fannie Mae

September 23, 2019

Mike Hernandez and Alex Amparo

by Mike Hernandez, Fannie Mae Vice President – Housing Access, Response, and Rebuild
by Alex Amparo, FEMA Assistant Administrator of the National Preparedness Directorate
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Bolstering Homeownership Education to Help Drive Sustainability

September 18, 2019

Jonathan Lawless

by Jonathan Lawless
Vice President, Product Development and Affordable Housing
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