LAS VEGAS -- The American Credit Union Mortgage Association wanted attendees at its 2010 annual conference to walk away with two convictions.
For the second time this week, a national statistic has suggested that the real estate market might be stabilizing further.
LAS VEGAS -- One of the nation's leading real estate executives offered credit union mortgage executives a robust defense of the home buyers tax credit that had been in place earlier this year.
While vacancies in office and retail space remain high, apartments and multifamily units are making a comeback in the commercial real estate market, one real estate expert noted.
In a consent order, the NCUA last week barred Richard Koenig, the former chairman of Central States Mortgage Corp., a bankrupt Milwaukee CUSO and ex-CEO of the $144 million Prime Financial CU of Cudahy, Wis., from further industry activities.
With the NCUA beating the drum even louder lately to increase the member business lending cap, the regulator is still aware of the troubled loan portfolios that have plagued some credit unions.
At times, the mortgage program at Las Vegas-based Nevada Federal Credit Union has felt like an oasis of stability in the middle of a real estate market that has swung wildly from one extreme to another.
Can the NCUA back the effort underway to increase the member business lending cap while at the same time help spot and aid troubled loan portfolios?
Reg restructuring is not quite law yet but essentially a foregone conclusion. Time to quit whining over the loss of interchange fee income and figure out what to do about it. Face your new reality.
Reaching inside the credit union movement following the tenure of a prominent outsider, CUNA last week named California-Nevada Credit Union League President Bill Cheney as its new leader.