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Mnuchin: GSE Reform On Hold

Secretary of the Treasury Steve Mnuchin said he doesn’t think reform of the government sponsored enterprises will happen until 2018, despite bipartisan advice.

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For Sale: Freddie’s Largest RPLs

Freddie Mac has announced plans to sell off a pool of $983 million in seasoned re-forming and moderately delinquent loans. This marks the second sale of its kind this year—and the biggest Freddie’s offered up to date.

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Delinquencies Take Another Dive

Delinquencies, foreclosures, and homes in negative equity all dropped over the last quarter and the last year, according to new data. But just how much have they dipped and why?

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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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Fannie Mae On Top

Fannie Mae released its Q2 earnings on Thursday. See how the government-sponsored enterprise faired here.

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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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