New Legislation Could Force Fannie, Freddie To Cut Assets By 70%

13 Apr 2007

Under legislation introduced by four Republican Senators from an oversight panel, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the largest sources of money for U.S. home loans, would be forced to sell 70% of their combined $1.4 trillion in mortgage assets, according to Reuters. The legislation is being introduced by ...

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