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Delinquency Write-Off Rate Continues to Drop

Equifax announced more good news for the housing market on Wednesday, signaling that the broader United States economy may be on the rebound despite a disappointing first quarter 2014. In its latest National Consumer Credit Trends Report, the company reports that home finance write-offs year-to-date in May had to $43.5 billion, a decrease of more than 37 percent from the same point in time just one year ago.

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The Fate of Fannie and Freddie and the Importance of GSE Reform

GSE Reform, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac News, Mortgage Finance

Almost everyone agrees that something needs to be done with the GSEs, and almost everyone recognizes that the “something” will be a complex undertaking, but we must be up to this task, we must be thoughtful about reform, avoid unintended consequences, and strike a middle ground between growing a private mortgage market and providing a government backstop.

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