Fannie, Freddie say overhaul would boost mortgage rates

WASHINGTON — Ahead of a key Senate vote scheduled for this week on a bill to replace Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the companies outlined concerns about the bill in detailed memos distributed to lawmakers on Friday.
Fannie and Freddie, which were taken over by the U.S. in 2008, haven't been allowed to lobby. But the Treasury Department, which injected nearly $188 billion to keep the companies afloat, asked the companies to provide technical input on the Senate bill, which the White House supports.

Read the full article here.


Aaron: 720-273-7419
Exit Realty


RSS Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

© Copyright All Rights Reserved 2019

Exit Realty