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GSE Capital Put to the Test

Earlier today, the FHFA released the results of the Enterprises’ Dodd-Frank Stress Tests—as well as the total expected draw both companies will take from the Treasury. How does it all add up?

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Credit Score Facelift

As the years go by, technology progresses. New computers and cellphones, more efficient ways of handling paperwork—but what about credit reporting?

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Serving the Underserved

The question of how the government-sponsored enterprises could serve underserved markets, such as very low-income, low-income, and moderate-income families could recently have come that much closer to finding an answer.

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The Hurdles of Housing Inventory

Housing inventory is historically low, and it’s driving up home prices—and demand—across the country. But what’s causing the shortage and how can the market overcome it? New data has some answers.

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Delinquencies Just Keep Declining

According to new reports from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, both GSEs are experiencing big drop-offs in serious delinquency rates. But how are the Enterprises faring in other areas?

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Government-Sponsored Rental-Prise?

Freddie Mac could be branching out into different markets in the near future, according to one report. If this lateral move comes to pass, what might it look like for the government-sponsored Enterprise?

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