Nineteen members of California's congressional delegation object to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac selling foreclosed properties in their state to investors in bulk for conversion to rentals.Fannie and Freddie's federal regulator, the Federal Housing Finance Authority (FHFA), has said it will approve bulk sales only in markets where there's a glut of properties on the market.The first "REO to rental" sale of 2,490 Fannie Mae "real estate owned" (REO) properties will be limited to eight markets: Atlanta (572 properties); Los Angeles-Riverside, Calif. (484 properties); Phoenix (341 properties); Las Vegas (219 properties); Chicago (99 properties); Southeast Florida (418 properties); Central and Northeast Florida (190 properties); and Western Florida (167 properties)."In California, there is no question that disposing properties through bulk sales will yield a lower return for (Fannie and Freddie) and taxpayers than through traditional disposition methods," Califo...
by Inman | on Feb 14, 2017
by Ingrid Burke | 3 days
by Teke Wiggin | on Feb 15, 2017
by Gill South | 2 days
by Teke Wiggin | 2 days