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Shifting Powers on Capitol Hill

The Mid-term elections are almost upon us and how America votes next week could determine the course of the housing market. Here’s what can change and what won’t.

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Déjà Vu All Over Again

A new analysis indicates that the GSEs are increasing their leverage to maintain mortgage activity levels. How is this trend impacting the risks associated with mortgage defaults?

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FHFA Memo Cites “Performance Challenges”

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The Federal Housing Finance Agency’s Inspector General released a memo listing four crucial challenges she believes the agency faces in its role as regulator over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

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Hensarling: “There’s Something Amiss at FHFA”

On Thursday, the Financial Services Committee held a hearing discussing the conservatorship of the GSEs, as well as other issues the FHFA may be facing such as accusations of abuse. Click through to learn more.

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Helping Delinquent Borrowers Save Their Homes

As part of the GSE conservatorship, the FHFA measures how effective Fannie and Freddie are at keeping delinquent borrowers in their homes. See what steps the GSEs took in the quarter to tackle delinquency and foreclosure.

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The Impact of Privatizing the GSEs

Currently, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are the biggest players in the secondary market. But what if the market was moved from the government to the private sector?

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Freddie Mac Announces Q2 Results

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On Tuesday, the GSE provided an update on how it fared during 2018’s second quarter, spotlighting “strong business revenues” and a “favorable litigation judgment.” Click through to learn all the details.

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