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FHA premiums: To cut or not to cut?
In the closing weeks of President Barack Obama's second term, his Housing and Urban Development Secretary, Julian Castro, announced a 50-basis-point cut to the Federal Housing Administration mortgage insurance premium that was scheduled to take effect after President Trump's inauguration.

But moments after Trump was sworn in, the cut was put on hold, prompting debate throughout the year of whether it should be instituted or not.

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