FHA Eyes Smaller Market Share, Greater Power

The Federal Housing Administration is looking to reduce its share in the housing financing market but would like greater power, according to David Stevens, the FHA commissioner.

  • 18 Feb 2011
The Federal Housing Administration is looking to reduce its share in the housing financing market but would like greater power, according to David Stevens, the FHA commissioner. Stevens testified before the House Financial Services Committee that the agency is “aware of the risks” of its elevated role, and ...

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