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NAMB Announces Partnership With America's Homeowners Alliance
Sep 29, 2014

NAMB—The Association of Mortgage Professionals and America’s Homeowners Alliance (AHA) have announced a partnership where NAMB members can now provide their customers with a one-year, free membership in the AHA. NAMB member customers will now have access to AHA advocacy and member rewards benefits, designed to promote pro-homeowner policies while also helping them to save money on every day purchases. “NAMB members are pleased to connect our customers with the voice of millions of other homeowners advocating to protect and promote sustainable homeownership,” said Donald J. Frommeyer, president of NAMB. “AHA plays an important role in directly explaining to consumers how decisions made inWashington, D.C. are impacting homeownership opportunity.” New laws and regulations, such as the Ability-to-Repay (ATR) Rule; Qualified Mortgage (QM) Rule; compensation regulations; and the robust education and testing requirements across the United States, ensures that the interests of the mortgage brokers, the consumers, and the AHA are aligned, most notably to protect and promote sustainable homeownership for all segments of America. “In terms of public policy, until the AHA was formed, America’s homeowners never had a collective voice representing them in Washington and across America," said AHA Chairman and Founder Phil Bracken. "It’s time to take America’s homeowners off the menu and give them a seat at the table. We are pleased to be working with mortgage brokers who represent a critical source of mortgage outreach to consumers virtually anywhere in America.”