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For Back Issues Contact John Denton Services at 01733-385-170 visit LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Find a newsagent that sells Rugby World in the UK. Or you may prefer the digital edition on your MAC, PC, or iPad. “It wasn’t until I was 20 and going reasonably well in the Ulster Academy that I knew I could be a professional. A development contract was put in front of me. I wasn’t entirely convinced – you see lots of guys who come and go, disappearing after a year or two.“I remember saying to my mum, ‘I can earn twice this paving driveways’. She said, ‘No, no, no sign it! Take this pen. Listen to me and sign it!’ I’m glad I listened to her because it was one of the best decisions I ever made. I thought I’d give it a lash for a season, played 15 games for Ulster and it snowballed from there.”Now that he’s restored to full fitness, Ferris has begun setting targets. “I want to help Ulster reach the knockout stages of big competitions,” says the 26-year-old. “There’s a Lions tour in two years’ time and I really want to be part of that. I’d never experienced anything like South Africa in 2009. I’d like an opportunity to be on another tour, but a lot can happen in rugby in two years.”This article appeared in the November 2011 issue of Rugby World Magazine. Would you like to sign up to Rugby World’s excellent weekly email newsletter? Click here. Stephen Ferris gives Will Genia a bear hug, carrying him 10 metresEven his team-mates do everything possible to avoid the wrecking ball that is Stephen Ferris. One of Test rugby’s most destructive players, Ferris has developed a ferocious reputation that leaves friend and foe alike scrambling for cover.“Stephen is a special specimen,” says Ireland forwards coach Gert Smal. “He’s got natural power and explosiveness. One of the team’s jokes is to stay out of his way because he can hurt you! When he connects with a player, they really feel it.” In a highly physical sport that values power as much as skill, Ferris is among the hardest operators. He always breaks the gain-line and few are as devastating in the tackle – he clearly knows only one way to play the game.Ferris says: “I pride myself on good defence and carrying the ball strongly. I never leave anything behind. I put my body on the line as much as possible. Sometimes that might not be the right way of doing it, but that’s my instinct for the game. I give 100% and try to be as physical as possible. I enjoy getting stuck in.”Never was that more evident than in the historic World Cup victory over Australia in Auckland as Ferris was responsible for the game’s headline moment. Spotting that Will Genia had picked up the ball at the base of a scrum, he grabbed the Wallaby playmaker and carried him ten metres, with the rest of his Ireland pack in hot pursuit (video below). It was a critical moment that rattled Australia, who had just seen the heartbeat of their side driven into the Eden Park turf.“I’ve watched it a few times,” he says. “People have posted about it on Facebook and Twitter. It’s nice to look over but at the time I didn’t think it was much of an issue. I thought I’d only carried him one or two metres. It was important to get on top of one of their best players and Cian Healy was doing such a good job that the scrum had wheeled around. The referee put his hand up to say the ball’s out, Genia picked it up so I picked him up. It was instinctive.“My mum, Linda, will have that on DVD back home! It laid down a marker saying we won’t lie down easily. It lifted the crowd, it lifted us. When they picked me up off the ground it was a good feeling.”Having such little regard for his own welfare has taken an inevitable toll, though Ferris insists he has also been the victim of bad luck on the injury front. The most notable occasion was on the 2009 Lions tour to South Africa when he tore the medial collateral ligament in his right knee during a training session. It was early in the tour and the muscular Ferris was in devastating form.“That injury was the most deflating because I was in the mix and was playing very well. I was unbelievably fit and my body felt great. It happened during a collapsed maul in training and was bad luck. With the Lions we were competing for places and I wanted to be better than Tom Croft in training. You can’t leave anything behind and if you don’t give 100%, you can get injured.”Though the right knee inflicted the greatest heartache, it is the left knee that is now the main concern. Three operations, one of them this year, ensure it must be managed carefully and he misses one training session per week as a precaution.However, he has recovered well from his latest setback and says: “Whenever I’ve been out injured, I’ve concentrated on coming back stronger and that always seems to have happened. That’s more of a mental thing than anything. You know you still have the aggression, skills and physicality. But if you’re out for six months sometimes it can be hard to prepare yourself mentally to come back into it again.”Given the impact he’s had in the Test arena, it’s hard to imagine that Ferris was initially dubious about life as a professional player. “I left school when I was 16, more or less arsing around and living for the weekends. I was out manual labouring and earning a few quid. I appreciate what I have now when I look back at it.
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Rev. Lloyd E. Allen installed The Rev. Lura M. Kaval, a missionary of the Episcopal Church, as the Canon of Development.The Diocese of Honduras has been funded as a program of The Episcopal Church for over 150 years, “It is time we stand on our own”, Bishop Allen again reiterated during his Diocesan address, “with Rev. Lura here in Honduras, we take a huge step forward toward that goal.”Keeping with the long-range plan of the diocese and its commitment to being financially self-sufficient, Rev. Kaval’s, main responsibilities will focus on stewardship education, congregational development, financial transparency and planning, resource development, debt reduction and enhanced communication within the diocese and with their supporting partners.The diocesan budget was cut by a third after the 2009 General Convention. Kaval will be assisting in the building up of the seven bi-lingual schools, working with the 52 clergy and 156 mission churches on stewardship education and entrepreneurial programs. A former business owner herself, with a background in marketing and finance, she graduated from Virginia Theological Seminary in 1998.Her ministry began in Diocese of Honduras in September of 2012 with the creation of the “Come and See the NEW Honduras” program, setting the guidelines for financial independence and self-sustainability by 2019. She and Bishop Allen have been traveling throughout the United States attending companion diocese councils and conventions sharing the program’s vision and goals for the last eight months.In 2002 when she became rector of St. Christopher’s Church Linthicum, Maryland, the congregation was depleting its endowment. Eight years latter the small strong church took great pride and ownership of it operating budget and was able to provide thousands of dollars from its endowment to outreach efforts in their community and around the world.She and her husband Richard Harlow are appointed missionaries from The Episcopal Church. He will be working with regional coordinators in Honduras to support mission teams throughout the diocese. “The Diocese of Honduras doesn’t need a hand out-they need a hand up,” according to Harlow a former Air Force analyst. “This diocese is full of wonderful resources and we appreciate the commitment of the people and churches in North America that are working side by side with us in partnership to become financially self-sustaining.”“Come and See the NEW Honduras!” exhorts Rev. Kaval, “The Spirit is at work in the Diocese of Honduras and we are experiencing the transforming power of God in our schools, churches and in the lives of the people we serve in Jesus’ name. 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Reply Mama Mia September 19, 2019 at 7:51 pm The Apopka City Council unanimously ratified the appointment of Sean Wylam as the next Fire Chief of the Apopka Fire Department at its Wednesday meeting. Wylam was previously the deputy fire chief before succeeding Chuck Carnesale, who retired on August 30th. Please enter your name here The Anatomy of Fear Please enter your comment! Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate We got there at the council meeting at about ten minutes until 7:00 pm and as I went in first before my husband, and they had ice cream there in the hallway, and a lady asked me if I wanted a banana split….lol, I said, ” I guess, I better not”, thinking about my diabetes. It was tempting, and I was rather stunned that they had an ice cream table set up going into the city council chambers, and were serving banana splits…. Thank you anyway, Mayor Nelson for the ice cream treats. As we walked in, there were no seats. After awhile, we left, to go get some coffee, and decided we would come back, as the fire chief ratification, was the last item on the agenda. Wanted to see the big show, after hearing about the last council meeting, with the city attorney and Commissioner Becker clashing. I listened to the last council audio, and to me, it wasn’t what I would call clashing. I think Commissioner Becker had justifications for his questions, and the city attorney had justifications for his talk too, as the legal counsel. Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Mama Mia Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply If there was one thing that bugged me, it was the pastor, preacher, minister, whatever he calls himself, that gave the prayers before the council started. I apologize to him, but he sent prayers out to the fire department first responders, and the police department first responders, the leaders, commissioners, mayor, citizens, and others in the council chambers, but not once, were the city’s general employees prayed for. This is my one pet peeve, since my husband was a general employee, in the past, and IMO the general employees are treated like the red-headed stepchildren of the city. Sorry, pastor, I prayed for everything you said up at the podium, just saying….AMEN. I haven’t listened to the audio, yet, but I believe I didn’t hear any prayers for the general employees. Tongue lash me, if I was wrong…..LOL!!!! Apopka Mayor Bryan Nelson chose Wylam on August 29th after Carnesale announced his retirement on August 28th.City Administrator Edward Bass released this statement about the appointment: “We have selected Assistant Fire Chief Sean Wylam as the new Fire Chief effective Friday, August 30, 2019, at 5:01 pm. In accordance with the City Charter, Chief Wylam’s appointment will be included in the September 4, 2019, agenda for ratification by the City Council. Chief Wylam has been with the Apopka Fire Department for 16-plus years. He began his career as a firefighter and worked his way up to his current position of Assistant Fire Chief – Training. Chief Wylam has several fire education qualifications, credentials, and certifications. With the City’s ISO review coming up in the fall, Deputy Chief Ray Thompson will assist Chief Wylam with this before his retirement.” Although the Council was scheduled to ratify Wylam’s appointment on September 4th, because of the threat of Hurricane Dorian, the meeting was postponed until September 11th. On that date, the Council chose to postpone the vote until the next meeting (September 18th) so the results of an investigation into the Apopka Fire Department, conducted by City Attorney Joseph Byrd, could be fully analyzed by the Council before voting on the AFD’s next leader.Byrd’s report was given to the City Council shortly before the September 11th meeting in a draft form, and later that day released officially to the media.Commissioner Kyle Becker was the catalyst of that postponement, but at the Wednesday meeting, he was prepared to vote.“To go through my decision-making process… we have information, and I like to consume as much information as I can to make a full and complete decision that I feel is necessary for me personally, but then if anybody who approaches me on the street, or in Publix, or anywhere else… they know my process and exactly how I arrived at the conclusion that I’ve made. So I’ve had an opportunity to read the report since last week, and I disagree with some of the process… and we have that right to disagree. Would I have done the same thing? Maybe not. Do I agree with all the things that transpired? Maybe not. But what that report allowed me to do was see your testimony Mr. Wylam and it was your answers that painted a picture of who you are and how you understand the department, how you look at the department and so that information for me is valuable because it helps me to better understand how you… outside of a resume’. With that being said I can definitely appreciate people with alternative points of view. People here have alternative points of view. People have spoken tonight against this appointment. There are people I have talked to who aren’t in this room that are against this appointment. There are people who have spoken passionately and advocated on your behalf, which is admirable. My biggest challenge for Sean was knowing what his situation has played out to be. It’s not a perfect situation… how we got here. But knowing there’s people in your department that may not always be happy. You’re never going to please 100% of the of the people, but it’s those few disgruntled people that do have some gripes… how do you address that? And we talked about that. We had a frank conversation, and you have embraced that as a challenge. I think clearly I feel where the council is going, and this is not the time for me to stand on the proverbial soapbox. I think what needs to happen is that we have a united front, just as a city in general. That we’re united in our support for what you (firefighters) do for our city and our community… and that we are super proud of you. Treat the department well and do what’s right by your predecessors.”Commissioner Doug Bankson was also in agreement with the postponement. In fact he saw a silver lining in the timing. “I’m happy for the delay for this reason… I think it removed the cloud and I think you (Wylam) deserve that. I’ve known you and seen you in operation and I’m very happy to see you stepping into this role.”Commissioner Alice Nolan was grateful that someone within the AFD and an Apopka resident was chosen as fire chief. “Something that I really love about Apopka is that we always look within ourselves before we go out looking because a lot of these firefighters have been here longer than I’ve been alive and that shows dedication. It shows they really love Apopka and I never mind when we look within ourselves and find somebody qualified and promote them. I told Chief Wylam that I talk to people and I heard nothing but great stuff about him. He is highly recommended by not only several citizens who know him, but the fire station members as well. I talk so much within all of our departments about morale. They all heard it and that’s what he’s looking to do as well.” Reply September 19, 2019 at 8:15 pm September 19, 2019 at 8:03 pm 3 COMMENTS Mama Mia TAGSApopka City Commissioner Alice NolanApopka City Commissioner Doug BanksonApopka City Commissioner Kyle BeckerApopka Fire Chief Sean WylamApopka Fire DepartmentApopka Mayor Bryan Nelson Previous articleUSA or China: Which Country is Better in Manufacturing Kitchen Cabinets?Next articleNeedle found in freezer at Jacksonville supermarket Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR “First I want to thank you for the opportunity,” said Wylam, before a capacity crowd at City Hall and with dozens of firefighters in attendance who stood during the entirety of a meeting that lasted over three hours. “This doesn’t happen to everybody. I think a lot of it comes down to coming up within. I’ve always stressed to our people education plus experience equals knowledge. I started here as a firefighter/EMT and worked my way up. I’ve educated myself. I’ve gained that experience. That equals true knowledge for our fire department and now for our city as a whole. I’m proud to be a part of the Apopka Fire Department. And I’m proud to represent that moving forward. It’s not about one person. It’s really not, and I take that to heart all the time.”Apopka Fire Chief Sean Wylam You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here I did not even know about the large fire in Apopka, after Chief Carnesale left, that is in the city, at 10th St. and Marvin Zanders St. where a large workshop burnt, and where some animals were killed. They had chickens, doves, and rabbits. I read that two rabbits were killed. That was tragic. It was reported on Wesh tv Channel 2. So many bad things happening around this area, I pray that our new fire chief will keep us all safe, so congratulations to him, on his ratification by the council, and I wish Chief Carnesale the best too, in whatever he decides to do moving forward. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Photographs 2014 Architects: Intadesign Area Area of this architecture project House Renovation in Boston / IntadesignSave this projectSaveHouse Renovation in Boston / IntadesignSave this picture!© Gustav Hoiland, Flagship PhotoHouses, Renovation•Boston, United States Year: Area: 170 m² Area: 170 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project 2014 “COPY” Houses Year: CopyCollaborator:David Potts, Sirietta Simoncini, Paul ViliottStructural Engineer:Armando PlataArchitect In Charge:Manuela MarianiCity:BostonCountry:United StatesMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Gustav Hoiland, Flagship PhotoRecommended ProductsCoffee tablesBoConceptSevilla Coffee table AD30CompositesULMA Architectural SolutionsPolymer Concrete Facade in Vertical Slat HomeWoodEGGERWood-based panels in House in IsmaningText description provided by the architects. Renovation of an 1880 Boston house in the neighborhood of Jamaica Plain, one of the first “streetcar suburbs” in the US. The design preserves historical aspects of house, such as exposed wood ceilings, select plaster walls, the slate roof, and wood floors, while adding new elements, including a large open living area and kitchen, library, top floor dormer, bathrooms, vertical addition to side, and decks. The renovation reveals early building elements as it adds a layer of contemporary material assemblies and new ways of using domestic space. The project opens up a typical New England enclosed envelope to increase the relationship of inside and outside, stretching out a new skin that angles at each level to playfully engage with the surroundings.Save this picture!© Gustav Hoiland, Flagship PhotoThe interplay between old and new continues from outside to inside, at certain vantage points presenting what seems to be a nineteenth-century house, and at others, a contemporary one. The redesign features both expansive, light-filled open spaces, such as the kitchen and living area, the library, and the top floor, as well as more intimate ones, such as the study, bedrooms, and dining room.The top floor deck has views of the surrounding neighborhood and downtown Boston. Save this picture!© Gustav Hoiland, Flagship PhotoThe dormer, with operable windows at the highest point of the house, efficiently ventilates hot air in the summer. Thanks to extensive insulation, strategic placement of new windows, and the presence of existing deciduous locust trees, no air conditioning is needed in the summer, and heating is helped by passive solar gain in the winter.Save this picture!© Gustav Hoiland, Flagship PhotoNumerous existing materials from the house and site were reused, such as hundreds of old cobblestones found in the backyard for new landscaping. Puddingstone reclaimed from the foundation and site was employed in the gabion terraces. Save this picture!SectionOriginal floorboards and sheathing boards reused as shelves and trim add to the interplay of the old and new in the library shelving system.Carpenter Ralph Daniels built the kitchen cabinets, and two welding companies, Southeast Welding and Weld-Right, fabricated the steel stairs, handrails, railings, beam-post connectors, and portions of the rear deck, which has a galvanized grating floor.Save this picture!© Gustav Hoiland, Flagship PhotoProject gallerySee allShow lessAD Interviews: Uma AdusumilliInterviewsFaith & Form’s 2014 Religious Art & Architecture Award Rewards Diversity in Religiou…Architecture News Share ArchDaily Photographs: Gustav Hoiland, Flagship Photo+ 22 Share CopyAbout this officeIntadesignOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentRenovationBostonHousesRefurbishmentRenovationUnited StatesPublished on January 05, 2015Cite: “House Renovation in Boston / Intadesign” 05 Jan 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
ArchDaily Save this picture!© Piet Niemann+ 22Curated by Paula Pintos Share Houses Area: 875 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project New Build Villa / BUERO BECHTLOFF Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/940674/new-build-villa-buero-bechtloff Clipboard Year: Manufacturers: Sky-Frame, Petersen Tegl, Viessmann, Lantz Fenster, Velux Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_description “COPY” 2019 New Build Villa / BUERO BECHTLOFFSave this projectSaveNew Build Villa / BUERO BECHTLOFF Germany CopyHouses•Aumühle, Germany ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/940674/new-build-villa-buero-bechtloff Clipboard Products used in this ProjectDoorsSky-FrameInsulated Sliding Doors – Sky-Frame ArcSave this picture!© Piet NiemannText description provided by the architects. Just outside Hamburg in the municipality of Aumühle, a new build villa has been constructed for a married couple. The aim was to create a sustainable building with a striking design language that could be lived in by the residents into old age without requiring renovations.Save this picture!© Piet NiemannThe unusual shape of the floorplan is a result of the topography of the site itself. A Z-shape connects the relaxation spaces, the living and cooking area, and the generously appointed garage that can house up to three cars.Save this picture!© Piet NiemannThe new build is accessed via a path that runs along the side of the road. The entrance area is split into two sections at an angle of 115 degrees. In the north-western section are located the private relaxation areas with a bedroom and a dressing room, two bathrooms, and a utility room. In the basement area that is incorporated into this section, there is a workshop, two additional storage, and utility rooms, a laundry room, and a small apartment with two rooms and a view of the garden.Save this picture!© Piet NiemannSave this picture!Ground floor planSave this picture!© Piet NiemannIn the southern section, a kitchen with a dining area, a living room, and a study that can be divided into individual areas thanks to large floor-to-ceiling sliding doors continue the spatial flow. In order to be able to use the living room to the full even in old age, the whole area has been designed to be completely accessible. All rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows that look out to the west into the extensive garden. The bend in the entrance area can be experienced on the garden side via a rounded pane. A large-format roof slat construction integrated into the canopy gives rise to a special play on the shadow in this area, both inside and outside.Save this picture!© Piet NiemannA special technical feature is the steel construction of the canopy that is attached to the concrete roof. This projects out by up to two metres and serves as a framing element that provides sufficient shade for the otherwise bright rooms. Blinds flush with the ceiling can be used to darken the rooms as required. In the hot summer months, room temperatures that are too high can pose a severe risk to health, especially for older people. To counter this, the whole roof of the building can be cooled using an emissions-free ice storage system, enabling the inside temperature to be actively regulated.Save this picture!© Piet NiemannSave this picture!© Piet NiemannThe elongated, single-story shape of the building creates a dynamic that is picked up again in the reduced façade design. A dark, thin-format brick is used as a relief along the outside surfaces and emphasises the horizontality of the building in combination with the curved walls and custom-made rounded panes.Save this picture!© Piet NiemannProject gallerySee allShow lessLibrary Toongnatapin School / Student Committee, Faculty of Architecture, Silpakorn …Selected ProjectsHouse 1103 / Naoya Matsumoto DesignSelected Projects Share Photographs: Piet Niemann Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project “COPY” CopyAbout this officeBUERO BECHTLOFFOfficeFollowProductBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesOn FacebookAumühleGermanyPublished on June 02, 2020Cite: “New Build Villa / BUERO BECHTLOFF” 02 Jun 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
Facebook Previous articleCreative writing contest marks 80 years of awardsNext articleTCU transfer students get more involved in transfer center’s leadership Donald Griffin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR printTCU’s Executive Board of Trustees and the University of North Texas System Board of Regents both approved a collaboration agreement this week, according to an email from Chancellor Victor Boschini.TCU and UNTHSC initially announced their collaboration on Fort Worth’s M.D. school in July 2015, and plans to begin accepting applications in 2017.The next step in the plan is to hire a founding dean from the four candidates that were interviewed last month.Dr. Stuart FlynnDr. Saul WeinerDr. Marc KahnDr. Anne MosenthalWith the plans formalized, the deanship is expected to be filled in the near future, according to the email. An announcement will be made when the committee has made a selection.A joint management committee, led by both universities’ provosts, has been charged with hammering out operational details for new school. Curriculum development, admission details, and financial affairs will be developed in the coming weeks. Donald Griffinhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/donald-griffin/ TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Twitter Website| + posts Donald Griffin is a senior journalism major and serves as the Executive Editor for TCU360. He just returned from a semester in Washington D.C. where he interned for the Center for Strategic and International Studies. In his spare time, he enjoys playing TCU club volleyball, competing for TCU Forensics and giving side-eye during daily conversation. Arrieta, former TCU pitcher, wins NL Cy Young award Campus tornado alarms sound for inclement weather Donald Griffin Donald Griffinhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/donald-griffin/ Donald Griffinhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/donald-griffin/ Library makes study space changes for finals week Linkedin Twitter Welcome TCU Class of 2025 ReddIt Donald Griffinhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/donald-griffin/ ReddIt TCU students start cost-sharing travel site World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Linkedin Facebook
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Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Foreclosures Down for Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / Foreclosures Down for Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Foreclosures on homes with loans backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac declined 9% year-over-year in Q1 2020, while forbearances ticked up sharply, according to the latest Foreclosure Prevention and Refinance Report from the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA).A total of 7,704 third-party foreclosure sales took place on homes backed by the GSEs in Q1 2020, down 9% from the same quarter a year ago. Meanwhile, foreclosure starts declined 3%, totaling 28,978 in Q1, according to the FHFA’s report.The number of forbearance plans initiated in Q1 2020 rose to 170,533, which is up markedly from fewer than 7,000 Q1 2019. The sharp incline aligns with the GSEs’ decision to allow homeowners impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic to enter forbearance plans.The GSEs also completed 16,773 loan modifications in Q1 2020. Of those, 38% lowered monthly payments by more than 20%, 23% included principal forgiveness, and 64% were extended term only modifications.Loan performance at the GSEs improved slightly during the start of 2020, with serious delinquencies—loans 90 or more days past due—ticking down from 0.65% in Q4 2019 to 0.64% in Q1 2020.The percentage of loans between 60- and 90-days delinquent was 0.92% in Q1 2020, down from 0.96% in the previous quarter. The rate of newly delinquent loans rose slightly from 1.21% to 1.25%.In total, the GSEs completed 26,910 foreclosure prevention actions in Q1. Of those 25,762 were home retention actions, and 1,148 required the home to be forfeited.Since entering conservatorship, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have completed 4.4 million foreclosure prevention efforts, with 3.7 million homeowners able to retain their homes as a result.Refinance volume at the enterprises ticked up in Q1 2020 as mortgage rates declined. Cash-out refinances made up 36% of GSE loan refinances in March. There were eight refinances completed through FHFA’s High LTV Refinance Option in Q1 2020, just one fewer than the previous quarter. Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Print This Post Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Krista Franks Brock is a professional writer and editor who has covered the mortgage banking and default servicing sectors since 2011. Previously, she served as managing editor of DS News and Southern Distinction, a regional lifestyle publication. Her work has appeared in a variety of print and online publications, including Consumers Digest, Dallas Style and Design, DS News and DSNews.com, MReport and theMReport.com. She holds degrees in journalism and art from the University of Georgia. Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago June 24, 2020 2,364 Views About Author: Krista F. Brock Sign up for DS News Daily Tagged with: FHFA Foreclosures Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Related Articles Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Previous: Creating Equality in Housing Next: Ginnie Mae Attracting Investors Share Save in Daily Dose, Featured, Foreclosure, Government, News FHFA Foreclosures 2020-06-24 Mike Albanese Subscribe