GSEs expected to unload delinquent loans after Treasury change

Treasury is working with the Federal Housing Finance Agency, which oversees government-controlled mortgage finance companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, to manage delinquent loans held by the.

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Frank said he does not expect a change in buyout policy until the GSEs are restructured. (The Obama administration has said it intends to unveil its proposal for reshaping the GSEs in February.) A rise in loan buyouts "seems more like a potential 2010 rather than a 2009 event," he said.

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Foreclosure After Bankruptcy Waiting Period Creating New Possibilities for Lenders and Borrowers.. To be sure, the GSEs and the US Treasury, their largest financial investor, have legitimate interests in seeing that mortgage insurance is up to the job.. Market, legislative, and regulatory changes regarding residential mortgage.

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