After serving the role of Federal Housing Administration Commissioner since June 2018, Brian Montgomery was today confirmed by the Senate as Department of Housing and Urban Development Deputy Secretary.

He was nominated to the position full time by President Donald Trump in October 2019. At the time, he held the role of acting deputy secretary of HUD.

As Federal Housing commissioner since June 2018, Montgomery has managed the Federal Housing Administration’s more than $1.4 trillion mortgage insurance portfolio, HUD noted in a press release touting the confirmation.


“Brian has done an exemplary job both leading FHA and performing the additional duties of the Deputy Secretary since January 2019,” said HUD Secretary Ben Carson Ben Carson in the release. “During this unprecedented

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