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HUD-Sponsored Homeownership Summit - HUD-sponsored Homeownership Summit ("Preserving and Protecting Homeownership"), in Washington, D.C., [addressing impact of risky, high-priced loans, HUD actions against predatory lending, and the modernizing of the Federal Housing Administration to provide a safer alternative to exotic mortgages. Secretary Alphonso Jackson delivered the keynote address, with speeches as well by Assistant Secretary for Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner Brian Montgomery and General Deputy Assistant Secretary for Housing Frank Davis]

HUD-Sponsored Homeownership Summit - HUD-sponsored Homeownership Summit ("Preserving and Protecting Homeownership"), in Washington, D.C., [addressing impact of risky, high-priced loans, HUD actions against predatory lending, and the modernizing of the Federal Housing Administration to provide a safer alternative to exotic mortgages. Secretary Alphonso Jackson delivered the keynote address, with speeches as well by Assistant Secretary for Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner Brian Montgomery and General Deputy Assistant Secretary for Housing Frank Davis]

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Event: HUD-Sponsored Homeownership Summit

Subject Description: HUD-sponsored Homeownership Summit ("Preserving and Protecting Homeownership"), in Washington, D.C., [addressing impact of risky, high-priced loans, HUD actions against predatory lending, and the modernizing of the Federal Housing Administration to provide a safer alternative to exotic mortgages. Secretary Alphonso Jackson delivered the keynote address, with speeches as well by Assistant Secretary for Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner Brian Montgomery and General Deputy Assistant Secretary for Housing Frank Davis. Panel participants included: Michelle Singletary, Washington Post columnist; Colleen Hernandez, President and Executive Director, Homeownership Preservation Foundation; Ken Wade, Chief Executive Officer, Neighborworks America; Robin Stout Magala, Senior Delinquency Resolution Manager at Freddie Mac; Marcia Griffin, Founder and President, HomeFree-USA; Ken Harney, Washington Post columnist; Douglas Garver, Executive Director, Ohio Housing Finance Agency; John Anderson, Senior Vice President, First Madison Services; William Longbrake, Senior Advisor, Housing Policy Council, Financial Services Roundtable; and George Miller, Executive Director, American Securitization Forum.].

Photographer: Ricardo Vargas
HUD-Sponsored Homeownership Summit - HUD-sponsored Homeownership Summit ("Preserving and Protecting Homeownership"), in Washington, D.C., [addressing impact of risky, high-priced loans, HUD actions against predatory lending, and the modernizing of the Federal Housing Administration to provide a safer alternative to exotic mortgages. Secretary Alphonso Jackson delivered the keynote address, with speeches as well by Assistant Secretary for Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner Brian Montgomery and General Deputy Assistant Secretary for Housing Frank Davis]

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HUD-Sponsored Homeownership Summit - HUD-sponsored Homeownership Summit ("Preserving and Protecting Homeownership"), in Washington, D.C., [addressing impact of risky, high-priced loans, HUD actions against predatory lending, and the modernizing of the Federal Housing Administration to provide a safer alternative to exotic mortgages. Secretary Alphonso Jackson delivered the keynote address, with speeches as well by Assistant Secretary for Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner Brian Montgomery and General Deputy Assistant Secretary for Housing Frank Davis]

HUD-Sponsored Homeownership Summit - HUD-sponsored Homeownership Summit ("Preserving and Protecting Homeownership"), in Washington, D.C., [addressing impact of risky, high-priced loans, HUD actions against predatory lending, and the modernizing of the Federal Housing Administration to provide a safer alternative to exotic mortgages. Secretary Alphonso Jackson delivered the keynote address, with speeches as well by Assistant Secretary for Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner Brian Montgomery and General Deputy Assistant Secretary for Housing Frank Davis]

HUD-Sponsored Homeownership Summit - HUD-sponsored Homeownership Summit ("Preserving and Protecting Homeownership"), in Washington, D.C., [addressing impact of risky, high-priced loans, HUD actions against predatory lending, and the modernizing of the Federal Housing Administration to provide a safer alternative to exotic mortgages. Secretary Alphonso Jackson delivered the keynote address, with speeches as well by Assistant Secretary for Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner Brian Montgomery and General Deputy Assistant Secretary for Housing Frank Davis]

HUD-Sponsored Homeownership Summit - HUD-sponsored Homeownership Summit ("Preserving and Protecting Homeownership"), in Washington, D.C., [addressing impact of risky, high-priced loans, HUD actions against predatory lending, and the modernizing of the Federal Housing Administration to provide a safer alternative to exotic mortgages. Secretary Alphonso Jackson delivered the keynote address, with speeches as well by Assistant Secretary for Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner Brian Montgomery and General Deputy Assistant Secretary for Housing Frank Davis]

HUD-Sponsored Homeownership Summit - HUD-sponsored Homeownership Summit ("Preserving and Protecting Homeownership"), in Washington, D.C., [addressing impact of risky, high-priced loans, HUD actions against predatory lending, and the modernizing of the Federal Housing Administration to provide a safer alternative to exotic mortgages. Secretary Alphonso Jackson delivered the keynote address, with speeches as well by Assistant Secretary for Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner Brian Montgomery and General Deputy Assistant Secretary for Housing Frank Davis]

HUD-Sponsored Homeownership Summit - HUD-sponsored Homeownership Summit ("Preserving and Protecting Homeownership"), in Washington, D.C., [addressing impact of risky, high-priced loans, HUD actions against predatory lending, and the modernizing of the Federal Housing Administration to provide a safer alternative to exotic mortgages. Secretary Alphonso Jackson delivered the keynote address, with speeches as well by Assistant Secretary for Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner Brian Montgomery and General Deputy Assistant Secretary for Housing Frank Davis]

HUD-Sponsored Homeownership Summit - HUD-sponsored Homeownership Summit ("Preserving and Protecting Homeownership"), in Washington, D.C., [addressing impact of risky, high-priced loans, HUD actions against predatory lending, and the modernizing of the Federal Housing Administration to provide a safer alternative to exotic mortgages. Secretary Alphonso Jackson delivered the keynote address, with speeches as well by Assistant Secretary for Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner Brian Montgomery and General Deputy Assistant Secretary for Housing Frank Davis]

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