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Mission Critical: Retooling FHA to Meet America’s Housing Needs

FHA Reform Proposal PDF
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Author: Carol Galante and Nathan A. Shultz

Release Date: November 2017

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Summary of Recommendations 

This paper provides an overview of some of the current limitations of the Federal Housing Administration, and puts forth a number of recommendations for administrative, policy, and structural changes intended to ensure FHA is able to achieve its mission and play its important roles in the U.S. housing market.

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