President Biden nominates Julia Gordon for Federal Housing Administration Commissioner

On June 24, President Biden announced that he would be nominating Julia Gordon to the position of commissioner for the Federal Housing Administration (FHA). Gordon is currently the president of the National Community Stabilization Trust, which is responsible for the rehabilitation of homes in areas not frequently served by housing developers. Prior to that role, she was housing director at the Center for American Progress, a nonpartisan policy institute that is dedicated to improving the lives of all Americans, through bold, progressive ideas. She was also Single-Family policy team manager at the FHFA. In her new role, she will lead the FHA, which is responsible for insuring mortgages for low to middle income borrowers. Currently, FHA manages a portfolio of more than 8 million mortgages, worth $1.3 trillion. Enterprise supports Julia Gordon’s nomination, and we encourage the Senate to move quickly to confirm her nomination.

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