Micah Guiao

Micah Guiao

Micah Avry Guiao is a journalist at Key Media, where she writes news across multiple verticals for the company's publications. She graduated with a degree in Creative Writing from Ateneo de Manila University and was a recipient of the Raul Locsin Award for Student Journalism (News) and the Loyola Award for the Arts (Nonfiction).

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Nations Lending unveils new branch in Wisconsin

It's the seventh branch in the state

Nations Lending unveils new branch in Wisconsin

Quarterly increase in home prices at a near-record high

Home price appreciation to moderate, chief economist says

Quarterly increase in home prices at a near-record high

Flagstar Bank honors mortgage tech graduates of accelerator program

Four startups shine in the three-month program

Flagstar Bank honors mortgage tech graduates of accelerator program

Geneva Financial extends reach in South Carolina

It's the third branch in two months

Geneva Financial extends reach in South Carolina

Nations Lending unveils new branch in Wisconsin

It's the seventh branch in the state

Nations Lending unveils new branch in Wisconsin

Mortgage market index plunges to lowest level in 22 years – MBA

The fixed rate rise is to blame

Mortgage market index plunges to lowest level in 22 years – MBA

Fannie Mae introduces equitable housing plan for minority homeowners

The MBA commends the decision

Fannie Mae introduces equitable housing plan for minority homeowners

Vesta integrates Freddie Mac's underwriting system into its LOS

The partnership seeks to optimize the lending process

Vesta integrates Freddie Mac's underwriting system into its LOS

KeyBank endows $20 million to house underinvested communities

The fund is used to abolish systematic racism in housing

KeyBank endows $20 million to house underinvested communities

Lenders like Wells Fargo are putting the future of Black homeownership at risk - CEO

She looks into the lasting effects of redlining in the Black community

Lenders like Wells Fargo are putting the future of Black homeownership at risk - CEO