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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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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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GSE Reform Impact on Communities

For 2018-2020, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae have set a goal of 24 percent for the amount of mortgages they must purchase from low-income borrowers, defined as those earning less than 80 percent of the median income for a given ...

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Freddie Mac Takes Q4 Hit

Freddie Mac

Like its sister agency, Freddie Mac this week reported large Q4 losses that will require government bailout money for the first time since 2012. The major difference is that Freddie won't need as much money as Fannie Mae. On Thursday, ...

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The State of the Housing Industry

As President Trump will present his State of the Union address to the Senate this evening, what is the State of the Housing Industry? With home prices that show no signs of decreasing, changes in leadership at the Consumer Finance ...

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