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New York is the financial capital of the country, and as such, should have the highest number of MAA members. Right now, New York is not the leader in MAA members. New York Real estate finance professionals need to be engaged in a vital way that directly impacts the way you do business. Whether you’re the CEO, CFO, CIO, Vice-President, Manager, Underwriter, Processor, Closer, QC, Servicer, in the Secondary Market–YOUR VOICE SHOULD BE HEARD. YOU SHOULD JOIN MAA–TODAY!
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Speak directly with your members of Congress, state legislators and federal regulators about the impact of proposed legislation or regulations with the Mortgage Action Alliance, Inc.® (MAA). This voluntary, non-partisan and free nationwide grassroots lobbying network of real estate finance industry professionals, affiliated with the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), is dedicated to strengthening the industry’s voice and lobbying power in Washington, DC and state capitals across America.
Get involved with MAA to play an active role in how laws and regulations that affect the industry and consumers are created and carried out by lobbying and building relationships with policymakers. It only takes a moment to get started, and you do not have to be a member of MBA to enroll.
PAST CALL TO ACTION EVENTS
Tell your Senators to Expand Affordable Homeownership Opportunities and Support Community Revitalization!
Senators Ben Cardin (D-MD) and Rob Portman (R-OH) recently introduced Bill S.98, the Neighborhood Homes Investment Act (NHIA), a bill that would create a new federal tax credit to fuel development. This bipartisan legislation would encourage the rehabilitation of single-family homes and potentially attract $100 billion in development activity to underserved rural and urban communities across the country.
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The NHIA builds on the success of the Low-Income Housing and New Markets Tax Credits, which support affordable rental housing and economic development, respectively, but are not designed to build or rehabilitate owner-occupied homes. Bill S.98 would support the development of homes in rural communities struggling with the costs of new construction, as well as the rehabilitation of homes in blighted communities, where vacant homes depress property values and thwart broader revitalization efforts.