|House SECURE Support Letter - Coalition||Reps. Madeleine Dean and Kelly Armstrong||06/11/21|
|Coalition Support Letter Regarding S3533 - HR 6364 SECURE Notarization Act||116th Congress||03/26/20|
|G-Fee Coalition Letter||Congress||03/09/20|
|Comments on Credit Score Models||FHFA||08/25/21|
|Joint Meeting Request on GSE Amendments||Treasury Department, FHFA||08/17/21|
|Comments on GSE Executive Compensation||FHFA||08/09/21|
|Letter to FHFA on Duty to Serve Proposals||FHFA||07/19/21|
|FHFA Short Term Rental Unit RFI||FHFA||07/06/21|
|Housing-Finance Reform: The Community Bank Perspective||Senate Banking Committee||Written Statement||09/10/19|
|Housing Finance: The Community Bank Perspective||Senate Banking Committee||Written Statement||03/26/19|
|Hearing: Housing Finance: Private Sector Perspectives on Housing Finance Reform||House Subcommittee on Housing and Insurance||Samuel A. Vallandingham||10/25/17|
ICBA and other organizations called on Senate infrastructure negotiators to refrain from using Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac guarantee fees as a source of funding.
Purpose: In a joint letter, the groups said g-fees should only be used as the risk management tool for which they were intended—not as the nation’s piggy bank.
Affordability: The groups said lawmakers must avoid exacerbating existing affordability challenges, noting a 10-year g-fee increase to fund a two-month period of payroll tax relief in 2011 continues to raise the cost of homeownership.
Bank Reporting: While ICBA is pressing to keep the Biden administration’s IRS reporting proposal out of the infrastructure framework, it continues urging community bankers to advocate against the proposal ahead of the pending release of a reconciliation spending package.