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Is Pandemic Mortgage Relief Helping Homeowners?

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As of late June 2021, nearly 4 percent of mortgage loans, representing 2 million homeowners, were in forbearance. A strong housing market, proactive agency action and guidance, and coronavirus relief legislation have given these homeowners, many of whom are still facing COVID-related financial hardships, options to exit forbearance and avoid foreclosure.

BPC has asked a group of experts to join us for a Q&A session on ongoing efforts to provide homeowners with mortgage relief, including a status update on the nearly $10 billion being distributed by the Treasury Department to states, territories, and tribes through the Homeowner Assistance Fund.


Featured Participants

Presentations by:

John Pendleton
Director, Financial Markets and Community Investment, U.S. Government Accountability Office
@USGAO

Matt Rabe
Analyst, Financial Markets and Community Investment, U.S. Government Accountability Office
@USGAO

Panel discussion with:

Meg Burns
Executive Vice President, Housing Policy Council
@HPC_housing

Chrystal Kornegay
Executive Director, MassHousing
@ChrysMAHsng

Tonya Tyler
Vice President, National Initiatives, NeighborWorks
@neighborworks

Dana Wade
Chief Production Officer, Walker & Dunlop; Former HUD Assistant Secretary for Housing/Federal Housing Commissioner
@WalkerDunlop

Moderated by:

Sara Singhas
Director, Loan Administration, Mortgage Bankers Association
@MBAMortgage

Read their full bios.

Additional participants to be announced

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