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Volume 2014 - Number 35

September 18, 2014

Former Commissioners Favor Creating an Independent FHA to Resolve Funding Issues, Be More Decisive

Current and former commissioners of the FHA this week said the venerable program could carry out its mission more effectively if it was an independent, self-funded government enterprise. During this week’s Housing Summit hosted by the Bipartisan Policy Center, the five FHA commissioners – incumbent Carol Galante and alumni Brian Montgomery, Nicolas Retsinas, David Stevens and John Weicher – concurred that working with Congress, particularly on budget issues, has made it more difficult for the agency to operate safely and soundly. “We’re...

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