Freddie Mac (FRE) reported that the rate of delinquencies at least 90 days behind for...


Freddie Mac (FRE) reported that the rate of delinquencies at least 90 days behind for conventional single-family loans jumped to 3.9% in December, up from 3.7% in November and 1.7% year-over-year.
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  • nightfly
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    What?! You mean positive thinking doesn't pay the mortgage? Dang, our govt better come up with a better plan than "hope" and "talk".
    28 Jan 2010, 12:28 PM Reply Like
  • enigmaman
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    less bad news is getting to be less good news in all aspects of our recovery, Fannie and Freddie may not have to worry about such things much longer if B Frank has his way with them and does away with them, replacing them with a even bigger government controlled mortgage market, looks like main street is going to have to bend over, grab its ankles and let BF does what he does best to us all,
    28 Jan 2010, 12:41 PM Reply Like
  • Papaswamp
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    What did they expect. they are doing the same sub-prime loans as before.
    28 Jan 2010, 12:46 PM Reply Like
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