MICA

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AcronymDefinition
MICAMaryland Institute, College of Art
MICAMinistry of Information, Communications and the Arts (Singapore)
MICAMajor Histocompatibility Complex Class I-Related Chain A
MICAMultiservice Ios Channel Aggregation
MICAMortgage Insurance Companies of America
MICAMusic Information Center Austria
MICAMobile Intensive Care Ambulance
MICAMultiyear Interactive Computer Almanac (USNO)
MICAMudra Institute of Communications Ahmedabad
MICAMidwest Insulation Contractors Association
MICAMilitary Intelligence Corps Association
MICAMid-Iowa Community Action, Inc (Marshalltown, IA)
MICAModem ISDN Channel Aggregation
MICAMedical Information Center Aichi (Japan)
MICAMilestones in Computer Algebra (conference)
MICAMatchbox International Collectors Association
MICAMissile d'Interception, de Combat et d'Autodéfense (French: Dogfight/Self-Defence/Interception Missile)
MICAMichigan Internet Cooperative Association
MICAMultiservice IOS Channel Aggregation (Cisco)
MICAMentally Impaired Chemically Addicted
MICAMeat Importers Council of America, Inc.
MICAMacroinstruction Compiler
MICAMedical Information Communications Application
MICAMarine Corps Intelligence Activity
MICAMember of the International Compliance Association
MICAManagement Information for Configuration and Allowance
MICAMinistry of Industry, Commerce and Craft
MICAMobile Industrial Caterers Association (Madison Heights, MI)
MICAMécanisme d'Incitation à la Cessation d'Activité des Médecins Libéraux (French: Incentive Mechanism for the Cessation of Private Physicians)
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For additional information about the PMI industry, see Mortgage Insurance Companies of America Factbook & Directory of Membership (Washington: Mortgage Insurance Companies of America, 1994).
Private MI's total insurance in force--the key measure of the size of the industry--peaked in December 2008 at $952 billion, according to the Mortgage Insurance Companies of America. (The industry's total insurance in force probably peaked at more than $1 trillion in May 2008; MICA's figures do not include Radian's numbers prior to December 2008.) In 2005, by comparison, there was $615 billion of insurance in force.
Additionally, members of the Washington, D.C.-based Mortgage Insurance Companies of America (MICA) are adequately capitalized to meet their expected claims obligations for those loans that do result in foreclosure.
However, private mortgage insurance certificates swelled almost fourfold over that period, adds the Mortgage Insurance Companies of America (MICA), Washington, D.C.
The Mortgage Insurance Companies of America (MICA), Washington, D.C., the private MI industry trade group, estimates that 12.5 million low- to moderate-income households would benefit from MI tax deductibility, and that the increase of affordability brought about by the tax deduction would help current renters qualify for homeownership.
A recent report by the Mortgage Insurance Companies of America (MICA), Washington, D.C., shows a continuing increase in MI delinquency rates.
According to Washington, D.C.-based Mortgage Insurance Companies of America (MICA), the MI industry experienced a record-setting period of growth, writing a record level of new business--more than 70 percent higher than 2000's volume.
United Guaranty is one of the eight survivors of the eight lean years of catastrophic mortgage insurance losses from 1982 to 1989, when the industry shrank from 14 players to eight and lost a withering $4.9 billion at a time it was capitalized at only $2 billion, according to the Mortgage Insurance Companies of America (MICA), Washington, D.C.
* Annual business was around $40 billion from 1988 to 1990, reports the trade association Mortgage Insurance Companies of America (MICA), Washington, D.C.
households had incomes below $50,000 in 1995, says the Mortgage Insurance Companies of America (MICA), the trade group representing MI firms.
Nevertheless, the Mortgage Insurance Companies of America (MICA) cited HUD's own minority lending data to indict FHA on the fact that its share of 1991 insured mortgages to African-Americans was meager (8.3 percent) compared to FHA insurance extended to whites (81.1 percent).
At a congressional hearing July 10, 1990, Gregory Barmore, president of the Mortgage Insurance Companies of America, stated:
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