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  • DS5: FHFA Director Discusses Forbearance

    first_imgHome / Daily Dose / DS5: FHFA Director Discusses Forbearance Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Tagged with: Coronavirus The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Seth Welborn is a Reporter for DS News and MReport. A graduate of Harding University, he has covered numerous topics across the real estate and default servicing industries. Additionally, he has written B2B marketing copy for Dallas-based companies such as AT&T. An East Texas Native, he also works part-time as a photographer. in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, News The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Share 2Save Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Previous: Coronavirus Could Halt Mortgage Payments Next: Richard Corday On CFPB’s Relief Response The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago April 6, 2020 2,135 Views Subscribecenter_img Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Coronavirus 2020-04-06 Seth Welborn DS5: FHFA Director Discusses Forbearance Related Articles In this episode of DS5: Inside the Industry, Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) Director Dr. Mark A. Calabria discusses what regulators are doing to assist homeowners, lenders, and servicers, including the mortgage forbearance programs being offered to homeowners.Calabria recently urged borrowers to “be honest,” as borrowers do not need to show any proof of financial hardship in order to skip payments for up to a year.“We’re operating on the honor system,” Calabria said. “We are asking and we’re putting together a script for servicers. This is supposed to be limited to if you’ve lost your job, you’ve lost income. Please, if you haven’t lost your job, continue paying. If you can pay your mortgage please do so because we really need to focus on the people who can’t.”Despite the honor system in place, borrowers will still have to provide documentation when setting up their repayment plans.According to Calabria, up to 2 million borrowers could be applying for loan forbearance by May and said that mortgage servicers, as well as Fannie and Freddie, could handle that if it was just for a few months.You can watch the full episode here or via the embed below (Calabria begins at 3:10). Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago About Author: Seth Welborn  Print This Post Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily last_img read more

  • Oxlade-Chamberlain relishes England return after injury woe

    first_img“It was just mayhem and meant so much to everyone. I’d never seen that first hand, so it was really special and a reminder of what it means to play for England and how special that is.”– ‘Written in the stars’ –Southgate’s men are firmly favoured to reach Euro 2020 after winning their opening two qualifiers and Oxlade-Chamberlain admits he is already dreaming of playing in the event, which will be staged in a host of countries across Europe including England.“That would be great. I think the boys did themselves proud to create the environment where people have more belief and more of a connection with this young set of players,” he said.Oxlade-Chamberlain has made two starts for Liverpool this season, the 26-year-old showing signs he is finally back to his best after damaging cruciate and medial knee ligaments in a 2018 Champions League semi-final victory over Roma.His fitness issues have robbed him off two Champions League final appearances with Liverpool, but helping England win Euro 2020 would make amends.“I think it’s written in the stars for me to score the winner at Euro 2020,” he said with a smile.“I guess I have been unlucky with the timings of my injuries but I have been lucky enough to play 32 times for England and looking at the squad now I am one of the longest-serving players.“Both Arsenal and Liverpool have given me a platform to play for England, so I consider that lucky too.“The timing of the injuries was unlucky but boys have injuries that stop them playing full stop. I have had the opportunity to come back.”Share on: WhatsApp Liverpool’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain would dearly love to feature if England qualify for next year’s European Championships, because his time on the sidelines gave him a fresh perspective of how the nation lives and breathes Three Lions campaigns.London, United Kingdom | AFP | Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is relishing his return to the England squad after realising how much the national team mean to their fans during his injury lay-off.Oxlade-Chamberlain has missed England’s last three appearances at major tournaments through injury, but he is finally fit and has been named in the squad for Saturday’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Bulgaria and next week’s clash against Kosovo.The Liverpool midfielder would dearly love to feature if England qualify for next year’s European Championships, because his time on the sidelines gave him a fresh perspective of how the nation lives and breathes Three Lions campaigns.When Gareth Southgate’s team went to Russia for their run to the World Cup semi-finals last year, he was ruled out by a serious knee injury.But Oxlade-Chamberlain didn’t turn his back on the side and watched one of their matches against Belgium from a Boxpark bar in east London.Attempting to go undercover in glasses and a hat, Oxlade-Chamberlain was quickly recognised but he embraced the moment and the fans’ passion.“That was the first time I’ve ever watched a match with fans of my team, if that makes sense,” Oxlade-Chamberlain told reporters at England’s training base.“I’m either always in the stadium or at home. I was shocked. I’ve never been to a pub where there’s a bunch of Liverpool fans or Arsenal fans and watched it with them, never been to a pub with England fans to see what it means to them and it was surreal.“I could see my mates on the screen doing what I usually do and how everyone around them was reacting. I was almost idolising them as well. Just seeing what they were doing and what that created around me I was like, ‘Oh my God, do I really do that?’“What it created was special. To see that first hand, in that environment, wasn’t what I expected. It was a moment where I realised – I can’t swear – I’ve missed out on something big here. Seeing what it meant to people.“People rushing in from work with their shirts and ties on, it was like the whole nation was watching. I met a couple of doctors there, a couple of boys from the city, a couple of plumbers; all came into Boxpark.last_img read more

  • R Ashwin narrrates ridiculous incident when he was kidnapped and threatened to have his…

    first_imgImage Courtesy: AP/AFPAdvertisement 26jNBA Finals | Brooklyn VspeoeWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E4582hw( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) c9qWould you ever consider trying this?😱3eshdCan your students do this? 🌚8bw5xRoller skating! Powered by Firework We often read about a sportsperson’s journey to fame. The struggles they face in the nascent days of their career is always an inspiration for the next generation to follow, and the supporters never stop hailing their idols to overcome their battles. However in case of Ravichandran Ashwin, an incident from his younger days is peaking the level of absurdity. The veteran Indian bowler narrates one story from the past where his adversaries decided to kidnap him and also threaten the player to cut his fingers!Advertisement Image Courtesy: AP/AFPSpeaking to Cricbuzz, Ashwin recalled his teenage days, when his finesse with the tennis ball made him an icon in his friends circle. Despite reprimand from his father, Ashwin was a regular in tennis ball tournaments, thanks to his skills as a bowler.The 33 year old said: “My friend had the habit of getting me playing tennis-ball tournaments, My dad clearly didn’t like it. He doesn’t appreciate me playing on the roads as well.”Advertisement Once he was selected for the final of one such tennis ball tournament, his kidnappers arrived on motorcycles to pick him up.He continued: “So, one of those days we were supposed to play this final and we have this culture of people priding themselves on winning a competition like that. When I was about to leave, there were like 4-5 guys who came on a Royal Enfield. They were muscular and big and stuff like that.” Advertisement They had a little conversation with Ashwin before taking him.“They just picked me up and said ‘we gotta go’. “I asked ‘who?’ and they said ‘No, you’re playing the match here, right? We have come to pick you up.”At first imagining them as people from his own team, the young Ashwin thought they had come to pick him up for the final match, and he rode on the motorcycles to a tea shop.The Tamil Nadu superstar went on- “So, I said wow, they have arranged for a pickup. And it feels great. And what happened is I sat behind one person and the other person sat right behind me as if I was going to get up and go and I was properly sandwiched between them.”“They took me to a nice, posh tea shop. A tea shop is a big culture thing in Chennai. Next to all grounds there is a tea shop, with benches and all that,” the 33 year old also added that he was barely 14 or 15 when the incident happened.However, the excitement soon turned into a nightmare for the teenager, as his ‘pickup’ guys revealed their true identity.“At around 3:30-4 o clock, I said match is going to start, let’s go. They said ‘No, we are actually from the opposition. We wanted to stop you from playing. If you go and play, we’ll make sure your fingers are not there. I just kept staring at them and was like ‘Okay, yeah”.Although the young Ashwin had no chance of joining his friends for the final, the kidnappers didn’t harm him, and he had a good time on the tea shop. Later, they even dropped him off to his home, before Ashwin’s father returned from his workplace.“So, we had a gala time for the next hour and a half then I said look, my father will be back from office. I got to go home. I’ll not play the match. I promise you. Then they said okay. They picked me up and dropped me home,” Ashwin concluded.Also read-Read the social media banter between Ashwin and James Anderson about Mankading Advertisementlast_img read more

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