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The suspension of a premium reduction for mortgage insurance was announced before the Senate has acted on Ben Carson's nomination to lead HUD. A spokesman for the Trump transition team was quoted earlier this week as saying "the incoming policy team has not seen the model" behind the previously announced price cut.
BY Brian Collins
The Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Friday that the reduction in mortgage insurance premiums "has been suspended indefinitely."
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2017 Top Producers
National Mortgage News is now accepting submissions for the 2017 Top Producers, our annual ranking of mortgage loan officer and broker origination volume.
Take a look back at the loan officers who made the cut in the 2016 Top Producers.
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