…as we share insights beyond private mortgage insurance and look at industry trends, housing market opportunities and ways to support your success by helping more borrowers achieve the dream of homeownership.
Our mortgage industry blog, MGIC Connects, is where experts share their insights beyond private mortgage insurance to help readers learn about mortgage finance, housing trends, real estate news and social media in the mortgage industry.
Jim Park, Executive Chairman & Founding Partner of The Mortgage Collaborative (TMC), discusses Asian American outreach and connection in both the community and the mortgage industry.
As part of our Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month recognition, we talk with Danny Gardner, Freddie Mac’s Senior Vice President of Client and Community Engagement. Danny shares how Freddie Mac supports equitable housing, and why homeownership is the backbone of family stability.
In honor of Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, we interviewed Patty Gong, Executive Vice President of Secondary Marketing at Parkside Lending. She discusses her path to leadership, how women can succeed in their career journey, and why it’s important to let yourself shine.
April is Community Bank Month! This month we’re spotlighting how community banks support homeownership. MGIC partners with thousands of community banks to help customers finance their version of the American Dream. According to the FDIC, there are over 4,500 community...
Get the latest information on the current conditions of the mortgage market from expert analyst Tom LaMalfa!
People like new things. New phones, new pets, new cars, new foods… new kitchens, new bathrooms and new houses. The mere concept of “new” can trigger excitement and motivation. But other feelings often come along with this excitement. An article I read recently noted...
Tim Scott opens up about how his humble beginnings and the help of a mentor who showed him the dignity of work led to his life of public service.
Tony discusses how the lack of women, millennials and minorities in the mortgage banking industry was the impetus for founding NAMMBA.
Gwen reflects on the storming of our Capitol, how the pandemic shined a spotlight on racial inequality and economic disparity for Black Americans.
Lisa discusses how the legacy of discrimination resulted in disparities of wealth, homeownership and opportunity.