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FHFA Releases Plan to Better Align Fannie and Freddie

The FHFA announced a plan to align programs, policies, and practices that affect the prepayment rates of “To-Be-Announced"-eligible mortgage-backed securities. See how the plan intends to maintain and improve the efficiency and liquidity of the secondary mortgage market.

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A Snapshot of MSR Activities

A recent webinar covered the state of MSR, including values and how to understand the shifts in MSR pricing and assumptions. Click through to learn more about how mortgage rates have impacted MSR.

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Are Reforms in the Cards for Fannie and Freddie?

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have been in conservatorship for 10 years now, and they are quickly reaching pre-crisis level dominance, leaving many to believe now is the time for reform. See how the Financial Services Committee plans to tackle GSE reform.

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The State of Single-family Rentals

How will a slowing housing market affect the single-family rental space? With Fannie and Freddie ending their SFR pilot programs, DS News asked experts for their opinion on the state of the SFR industry and here’s what they said.

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Freddie Weighs in on Housing Market

Affordability challenges slowed the growth of home sales this summer, according to Freddie Mac's housing market forecast. Yet, buyer demand remains strong due to these factors.

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GSEs Offer Relief to Homeowners in Hawaii

With Hurricane Lane reaching Hawaii, The GSEs released information on their disaster relief policies to help homeowners impacted by the hurricane. See how Fannie and Freddie are working to protect the residents of the Aloha State.

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