Federal lenders increase loan limits to match pace of price growth
Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the Federal Housing Administration increased their loan limits to $510,400 and $331,760, respectively
by Marian McPherson Jan 6
FHFA raises conforming loan limits to $484,350
The Federal Housing Finance Agency gives 2019 homebuyers a break with a 6.9% increase in the max loan amount Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac can purchase
by Lew Sichelman Nov 27
FHA, Fannie and Freddie regulator making moves to ease mortgage credit
Lenders getting more certainty on when they'll be expected to repurchase bad loans
by Inman May 13
Congress debating lower loan limits, plus higher minimum FICO scores and down payments
by Ken Harney Dec 18
Fannie and Freddie excluded from proposal
by Inman Nov 17
Only 3% of FHA-insured borrowers will be affected
by Tom Kelly Oct 6
Loan limits, investors may impact your decision
by Dian Hymer Jun 13
$729,750 cap in high-cost areas will remain through Sept. 30, 2011
by Inman Sep 30
Presales rule, loan limits among recent changes
by Bernice Ross Dec 1
Lobbyists detail federal issues at forefront
by Matt Carter Nov 13
FHA takes action to keep HECM program operating
by Tom Kelly Oct 8
Tax credit, other housing programs reduced in compromise bill
by Inman Feb 13
Debate to continue in Senate
by Inman Jan 29
Goals: Boost lending, prevent foreclosures
by Matt Carter Jan 20
Lawmakers could short-change housing
by Matt Carter Nov 4