FHFA: Principal reduction would cost Fannie, Freddie $100 billion

 · The federal regulator for government-backed mortgage giants fannie mae and Freddie Mac said Tuesday that he will not allow the firms to reduce.

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 · Fannie Mae referred queries on the HAMP PRA proposal to the FHFA, while Freddie Mac declined to comment.

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Increased government incentives make it worth it for Fannie and Freddie to offer principal reduction on mortgages they back. But Federal Housing Finance Agency is concerned it will lead more.

Edward DeMarco, acting director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) In an earlier analysis, the regulator said it would cost Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac – in other words taxpayers- $100 billion to reduce mortgage balances. Policymakers, however, have been stepping up pressure on the agencies to reduce mortgage balances,

in the united states court of appeals for the fifth circuit – as conservator to Fannie and Freddie, and the Treasury Department. Under. They sued the FHFA and its Director, as well as Treasury and. annual assessments collected from the “regulated entities” for reasonable costs. to a capital commitment, initially capped at $100 billion per GSE, to keep them.

Bank of America Principal Reduction to hit 200,000 Homeowners! Fannie, Freddie might save by reducing mortgage loan balances, FHFA chief says – The FHFA. that Fannie and Freddie, which have been under conservatorship since 2008 and have cost taxpayers 7 billion, do not have the ability that private financial firms have to pick and.

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Geithner: More Fannie reform details in spring. the two big mortgage firms are not participating in a government principal reduction program, and FHFA. +0.02% mortgages would cost $100.

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