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  • Mortgage giants' stance against principal reduction may be softening

     Mortgage giants' stance against principal reduction may be softening
    Jaime Coronel's pick and shovel sat idle when the recession made landscaping jobs scarce, and the home where he and his wife, Juana, raised four children fell into foreclosure. Mortgage giant Fannie Mae gave permission in 2010 for the Coronels to stay on in the Azusa house as renters.
  • Ask a Real Estate Pro: Buying after a short sale? The wait just got longer

    Ask a Real Estate Pro: Buying after a short sale? The wait just got longer
    Board-certified real estate lawyer Gary M. Singer writes about the housing market at SunSentinel.com/business/realestate each Friday. To ask him a question, visit SunSentinel.com/askpro Q: We completed a short sale about two years ago. We have been...

    Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac adjust loan repurchase rules

     
Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac adjust loan repurchase rules
    Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac said Thursday they have revised their representation and warranty framework in an attempt to reduce concerns among lenders about the risk on buying back loans sold to the two federal mortgage finance agencies. The mortgage...

    U.S. housing regulator to unveil mortgage fees framework in 2015

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The top U.S. housing finance regulator said on Wednesday his agency would unveil a new framework in early 2015 for how government-controlled Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will set mortgage guarantee fees. The Federal Housing Finance...

    Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac to send $6.8B to U.S. Treasury

    Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac to send $6.8B to U.S. Treasury
    Government-controlled mortgage finance firms Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac said on Thursday they will pay U.S. taxpayers $6.8 billion after reporting a third-quarter profits that modestly rose from the second quarter. Once they have made the latest payments...