FSR joined a joint trade effort urging Senate leadership to pass cybersecurity information sharing legislation before the August recess.
FSR, financial trade associations send a letter to Speaker Boehner and Democratic Leader Pelosi urging the House of Representatives to reject the Senate’s proposed offset of reducing Federal Reserve dividends for surface transportation funding.
FSR and other financial trade associations send a letter to Senators Mike Crapo and Mark Warner on their amendment to remove a four-year extension of the 10-year, 10 basis point increase in Fannie Mae's and Freddie Mac's credit risk guarantee fees (g-fees) from the highway bill.
FSR wrote a letter to congress in support of legislation that clarifies the definition of an acceptable private flood insurance policy in order to increase the availability of flood policies for American homes and businesses and encourage competition in the flood insurance marketplace.
FSR’s Housing Policy Council joined the ABA, MBA, National Association of Realtors and the National Association of Homebuilders in a letter opposing the use of the GSEs-Guarantee fee to fund the Highway bill extension.