Market shift: HSBC offloads huge REO portfolio to Altisource

How to get a mortgage right now, even with bad credit

HUD, FHA programs abound for those hit by the recession

America’s housing not ready for ever-expanding over-50 population

Harvard/AARP Study: Housing lacks accessibility for boomers
W S

CEO of Freddie Mac defends mortgage giant

/ Print / Reprints /
| Share More
/ Text Size+
The CEO of the beleaguered mortgage giant Freddie Mac defended its record Tuesday against voices rising against it in Washington. U.S. Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass, has suggested the possible scrapping of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, both of which have been under government control since 2008. At a Detroit Economic Club luncheon in Southfield, Freddie Mac CEO Charles "Ed" Haldeman said he understands the frustration surrounding America's housing meltdown. "I totally get it," he said.

Recent Articles by Jacob Gaffney

Comments powered by Disqus