Framework’s CEO on Education’s Role in Homeownership During a Crisis
“Consumer advocates served as intermediaries between mortgage companies and borrowers during the Great Recession, and Framework Homeownership CEO Danielle Samalin sees them playing a similar role in the current downturn, too.
Founded in 2012, Framework Homeownership is a Boston-based consumer education provider founded by two HUD-approved nonprofit counseling intermediaries. It provides an online course that meets Department of Housing and Urban Development standards and fulfills education requirements for certain government-sponsored enterprise loans.
Samalin talked to NMN recently about the takeaways from the past recession that are helpful for companies trying to help borrowers and homebuyers with coronavirus-related challenges.
Below is a discussion with Samalin about those challenges and the role technology is playing to address them…”