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Comments on Regulatory and Policy Issues

In an effort to influence regulatory and other policies, NALHFA by itself or in concert with other organizations provides comment letters. Below are links to the comment letters.

     
  • Request for Comment on Proposed Changes to Methodology for Stand-Alone US Public Finance Housing Transactions with Mortgage Enhancements – Moody’s Investors Service, March 19, 2012.

Click here for a link to the document.

Click here for a link to the comment letter.

     
  • Proposed Rule - HOME Investment Partnership Program: Improving Performance and Accountability; and Updating Property Standards.

Click here for a link to the document.

Click here for a link to the comment letter, which was prepared by the National Association for County Community Development and the National Community Development Association, and supported by NALHFA.

     
  • Requested Clarification from FHA on Use of HFA-provided Downpayment Assistance with FHA Mortgage Insurance.

Click here for a link to NALHFA’s Letter to Carole Galante, Assistant Secretary-Designate for Housing/FHA Commissioner.

     
  • Proposed Rule on "Credit Risk Retention;” Definition of "Qualified Residential Mortgages” (Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Federal Reserve, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal Housing Finance Agency, Securities and Exchange Commission and Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Click here for a link to the national organization sign-on letter drafted by NALHFA staff.

     
  • Proposed Rule by the Securities and Exchange Commission on the Definition of "Municipal Advisor.” Release No. 34-63567; File No. S7-45-10

Click here for a link to NALHFA’s comment letter.

     
  • Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) File No. S7-24-10; S&-26-10. Issuer Review of Assets in Offerings of Asset-Backed Securities.

Click here for a link to NALHFA’s comment letter. On March 30, 2011 the SEC announced for public comment that the proposed rules on asset-backed securities would provide a complete exemption for municipal securities.

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