Winding down state-sponsored mortgage finance will be easier said than done, as Fannie Mae...

Winding down state-sponsored mortgage finance will be easier said than done, as Fannie Mae purchased $81.9B mortgages in July, nearly double the amount from a year ago. The growing business for the GSEs is another signal housing is rebounding, but exactly how do politicians expect to replace them?
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  • The_Hammer
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    Here we go again. How much crap is piled into that portfolio?


    This S@#! has got to stop.


    FHA been a busy camper writing delinquent loans.
    31 Aug 2012, 02:42 PM Reply Like
  • ebworthen
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    Fannie Mae, reverse mortgages, bankers and politicians blowing another bubble to get their bonuses and get elected.


    If they were feeding our children and grand-children into a meat grinder in front of our eyes we would stop them: shoot them, hang them, behead them.


    Somehow - we allow ten to twenty years of our somnambulance and their legerdemain to pass - and the same thing happens to our children and grandchildren in needless wars, on the decaying streets of our cities, and in the death of the middle class - we re-elect the charlatans, and allow the vampires to roam free.


    Where is Jon Corzine?
    1 Sep 2012, 05:24 AM Reply Like
  • Jerbear
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    Investment advice - Buy the 3 B's.


    Beans, Bullion and Bullets.
    1 Sep 2012, 09:40 PM Reply Like
  • worriedwart
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    you do know that freedie and fannie have been nationalized


    this seems to be ignored in the msm
    1 Sep 2012, 10:12 PM Reply Like
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