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One of the first things President Donald Trump did after being sworn in was suspend a planned cut in mortgage insurance premiums for Federal Housing Administration loans. Democrats favored the cut as a way to make homes more affordable. Republicans worried lower premiums would increase the risk of a bailout.
The move will cost some homeowners hundreds of dollars a year. And it’s just the beginning. There are many other ways the new administration could impact housing in the days ahead.
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