FHFA delays inevitable g-fee hike

Watt Says He'll Postpone G-Fee Hikes – MortgageOrb – The FHFA has already more than doubled the g-fees Fannie and Freddie charge since they were placed into conservatorship in 2008. Watt was confirmed by the Senate to head the FHFA on Dec. 10 and is scheduled to be sworn-in on Jan. 6. His decision to delay the g-fee increases will be finalized as of when he is sworn-in.

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Watt Delays Fannie and Freddie G-Fee Hikes – cutimes.com – FHFA Director Mel Watt announced Wednesday he will delay planned increases to mortgage loan guarantee fees at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

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Watt to delay Fannie and Freddie fee hikes – Incoming FHFA director Mel Watt has announced he will delay the hike in Fannie and Freddie guarantee fees. The FHFA this month announced it would increase guarantee fees by an average of 11 basis.

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Watt to Examine and Delay GSE G-Fee Rate Hike – Watt to Examine and Delay GSE G-Fee Rate Hike.. The FHFA has announced that it has directed Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to delay implementation of these changes. FHFA Director Melvin L. Watt, who was sworn in as Director on Jan. 6, said that he intends to conduct a thorough evaluation of the.

FHFA seeks comments on proposed g-fee hikes | NAFCU – FHFA seeks comments on proposed g-fee hikes June 6, 2014 – The Federal Housing Finance Agency is requesting comments on its proposed increases to guarantee fees, or g-fees, charged by government-sponsored enterprises Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac – a change NAFCU opposes.

The lull in mortgage lending in 2014. – FHFA delays inevitable g-fee hike July 24, 2013 FHFA Plans More G-Fee Increases. The Federal Housing Finance Agency said it is planning further guarantee fee increases in an effort to promote private capital investment in the mortgage market, although it’s not yet clear how high those g-fees will go, according to a report from the agency’s.