On January 16, USMI submitted a comment letter to the Federal Reserve, FDIC, and OCC (collectively the Agencies) on the Basel III Endgame proposed rule.
As an industry designed to enable access to homeownership, especially for first-time, low- and moderate-income (LMI), and minority homebuyers, during Black History Month we want to dive into the data, trends, and policies associated with Black homeownership in America.
U.S. Mortgage Insurers submitted a comment letter in response to a NPR issued by the Federal Reserve, FDIC, and the OCC on the Basel III Endgame proposed rule.
USMI joined a coalition of housing finance organizations in sending a letter to Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) Director Sandra Thompson.
An IMF article from December 7 titled, “USMI Leader Calls for Coordination on Housing Policy,” focused on USMI President Seth Appleton’s testimony at a House Financial Services Committee hearing on housing affordability.
Seth Appleton, President of U.S. Mortgage Insurers (USMI), testified on December 6, 2023, before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Financial Services, Subcommittee on Housing and Insurance.
Seth Appleton, USMI President, issued the following statement on the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) finalized Securities Act Rule 192.
Seth Appleton, President of U.S. Mortgage Insurers (USMI), issued the following statement on the FHA’s release of its Fiscal Year 2023 Annual Report to Congress on the financial status of the MMIF
USMI joined a coalition of real estate and housing finance organizations in sending a letter to House and Senate leadership.
USMI today released a new report detailing the important enhancements, undertaken over the past 15 years, that have heightened the ability of private MI to better support the housing finance system and serve as a source of strength in the system through all market cycles.
A WPDE ABC15 News article and broadcast piece by Michael Owen featuring USMI President Seth Appleton reports on financing options for those seeking to access homeownership in South Carolina, amidst a high rate mortgage market.