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Reflections, Projections of the Mortgage Market

Don't Miss Your Chance to be Heard
Before the market meltdown, subprime lenders accounted for nearly 40 percent of all residential lending. Now, the FHA has filled that void. Is this a level that can be maintained? Or will production be curbed? Both are questions title agencies reliant on FHA business need to know. Questions you need answered.

Don't miss this insider discussion as David Stevens, Assistant Secretary for Housing and Commissioner of the Federal Housing Administration, will offer his perspective on the mortgage market and the role the FHA will play in continuing the economic recovery.

Stevens has extensive experience in the mortgage industry, serving as president and chief operating officer of the Long & Foster Companies, which includes Long & Foster Real Estate and its affiliated businesses, including mortgage, title, insurance and home service connections; executive vice president, national wholesale manager at Wells Fargo Home Mortgage's wholesale channel; vice president of single family business at Freddie Mac; and, a 16-year tenure at the World Savings Bank, where he began his career.

ALTA's 2010 Federal Conference will be held Feb. 28 through March 3 at the Marriott Metro Center in Washington, D.C. Don't miss this chance to hear from Stevens and his take on where the mortgage market is heading in 2010, register today.

Even if you don't have any concerns with the mortgage market (If you aren't concerned, you are one of the few), there are many other opportunities to learn and expand your business. Click here for a preliminary schedule of events for ALTA's 2010 Federal Conference.

Additional Information
For additional information, please contact the Meetings Department by e-mail at meetings@alta.org or by phone at 202-261-2942.

 

 

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Monday, February 1, 2010

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Monday, February 1, 2010

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