The settlement applies to borrowers who were enrolled in interest-only loan modifications by Caliber, as well as customers who are dealing with the economic fallout of COVID-19
by Lillian Dickerson | Jun 24
The most important specific easing will be an expansion of the maximum debt-to-income ratio (DTI) from 45 percent to 50 percent
by Lou Barnes | Jul 20
Trump's Treasury Secretary nominee wants to end the government’s conservatorship over Frannie and Freddie -- here's why
by Amy Tankersley | Dec 27
The new Treasury Secretary nominee, Stephen Mnuchin, would move the GSEs out of government control
by Lou Barnes | Dec 1
Fannie Mae survey reveals new offerings have had little impact on loan origination volume
by Amy Tankersley | Apr 23
NAR hoping for standards that look more like Fannie and Freddie's
by Brittany Morris | Jan 9
Loans will be approved at slower pace unless impasse drags on
by Andrea V. Brambila | Sep 30
As plans for Fannie and Freddie take shape, role of government still subject to debate
by Teke Wiggin | Mar 19
Commentary: Watch for legislation aimed at scaling FHA back to irrelevance
by Ken Harney | Feb 11
Commentary: Revisionist history of subprime could have lasting impacts
by Lou Barnes | Jun 3
Backers of privatization pick up political clout in election
by Matt Carter | Nov 5
February report will detail long-term plans for GSEs
by Inman | Dec 28
GSEs not part of proposed overhaul of financial regulation
by Inman | Jun 17