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by Justin Ho Oct 17, 2019
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by Justin Ho Sep 30, 2019
A new report says banks are selling mortgages at risk of natural disaster-related default to government-backed mortgage giants.
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by Kai Ryssdal and Amy Scott Sep 6, 2019
The White House released its plan to end government stewardship of the companies that control half of all mortgages in the U.S.
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What's next for Fannie and Freddie?

by Amy Scott Sep 4, 2019
A Trump administration plan for reform is expected soon.
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Check Your Balance ™️

More people could qualify for mortgages under new rule

by Samantha Fields and Amy Scott Aug 14, 2019
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by Justin Ho Jun 25, 2019
New home sales are down, even though mortgage rates are down, too. But low mortgages aren't the deciding factor when it comes to buying a home.
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With mortgage delinquencies at a low, can lenders afford to loosen up a bit?

by Amy Scott May 14, 2019
Consumer advocates say it's time to loosen restrictions imposed after the housing collapse.
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by Marielle Segarra Apr 16, 2019
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FHA tightens standards on insuring home loans

by Erika Beras Mar 25, 2019
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