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Your turn to sound off: what's ahead for Fannie, Freddie?

November 25, 2013
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Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have certainly been in the headlines lately -- here at HousingWire, and in the broader financial press. Now highly profitable, the GSEs have nearly repaid U.S. Treasury (and the taxpayer) for bailing them out during the financial crisis.

The GSEs are making so much money, in fact, that some analysts have suggested the GSE's 4th quarter payments to the government may singlehandedly stave off the next round of budget crisis negotiations in Congress.

In January's issue of HW Magazine, we're taking a look at the state of the GSEs as 2014 gets underway, and we want to know: what do you think? Will 2014 be a year of reform, abolishment, nothing -- or something else entirely? Let us know by filling out a brief comment with us using the link below.

If our editors select your comment for publication, you'll receive a custom PDF reprint featuring your take on the GSEs that you can share with family and friends (not to mention colleagues).

So let us hear it: what's ahead for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac as we roll into 2014?