Fannie Mae: 3 reasons why this oil glut won't crash housing

The Wrap: Appraisal activity continues to pick up in second week of August

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Items Tagged with 'mortgage finance'


Ed DeMarco: Kill Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

Former FHFA Director says it’s been 7 years, it's time for them to go
The former Acting Director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, Ed DeMarco, who oversaw the government putting the GSEs into conservatorship, says now it’s time for taxpayers to be free of backstopping mortgages. Is he onto something?
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BPC discussion: Fannie, Freddie reform can happen but one step at a time

Separate housing finance and housing policy
Reform of the GSEs and housing finance may come, but it’s more likely to come in small bites rather than the big prix fixe Johnson-Crapo or the PATH Act. Republicans and Democrats agree on some things, like getting government out of housing finance outside of liquidity. But more? Read on.
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Trending Thursday: How strong is housing’s foundation? How weak is the CFPB's database?

Plot in FannieGate thickens, labor shortage affects housing and more
A look at the latest purchase and mortgage activity, what’s happening in construction, details on what sells a home, oh, and it looks like the activist investors in the FannieGate brouhaha continue to chip away at Treasury’s Great Wall of Privilege. You know you want to know more…
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Homebuilder confidence hits 2015 high in June

NAHB: New home construction, sales picking up momentum
Builder confidence in the market for newly built, single-family homes in June rose five points to a level of 59 on the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index released Monday. What does it mean for you?
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