AFR joined a letter in support of H.R.3037, the Housing Survivors of Major Disasters Act.
Sara Myklebust, research director at Bargaining for the Common Good Network, an initiative of labor and community groups, worked with [Patrick] Woodall, [research director at] Americans for Financial Reform, to try to survey units owned by large-scale corporate landlords in major cities across the country in 2019. Myklebust and Woodall were interested in whether they could document the consolidation of the market for single-family rentals, manufactured homes and apartments.
AFR joined a letter to Congress encouraging the Senate to swiftly discharge and confirm the four highly qualified nominees for positions at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
AFR joined a letter urging Congress to include strong investments in housing in any future budget reconciliation bill.
Letters to Regulators: Letter Commenting on HUD’s Proposed Defect Taxonomy for Servicing Loan Reviews
AFREF joined a letter commenting on HUD’s proposed Defect Taxonomy for Servicing Loan Reviews.
AFR joined a letter to Congress in support of The Reforming Disaster Recovery Act.
AFREF joined a letter in response to the CFPB’s request for comment on Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) data.
Letters to Regulators: Letters to Agencies on Pausing Foreclosures When There is a HAF Application in Progress
AFREF joined two letters, one to the CFPB and one to HUD, FHFA, VA and USDA, both calling on the agencies to halt foreclosure for 60 days when a homeowner has submitted an application for HAF funds and the servicer has been notified by the HAF administrator.
AFR joined a letter to Congress in support of Sandra Thompson’s nomination to be director of FHFA.
AFREF joined a letter to FHFA calling on the agency to rededicate itself to improving language access in mortgage origination and servicing.