Stress Test Shows FHA Could Lose $115 Bln

05 Jun 2013

Results of a stress test conducted on the U.S. Federal Housing Administration point to the agency losing up to $115 billion over 30 years under “severe economic circumstance,” significantly higher than the FHA estimated in its annual report.

Results of a stress test conducted on the U.S. Federal Housing Administration point to the agency losing up to $115 billion over 30 years under “severe economic circumstance,” significantly higher than the FHA estimated in its annual report.

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