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A group of influential mortgage investors is intensifying efforts to encourage a new phase to U.S. housing stability plans that would give homeowners ability and incentive to pay their loans. Proposals from a coalition led by Fortress Investment Group address the problem of "underwater" loans, whose high balances relative to fallen home values have to many investors become the chief threat to U.S. housing stability.

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