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This May Be the Year the GSEs’ Fate Becomes Clear

The New Year will bring some changes for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, starting with a new federal regulator. More

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Pop Quiz: Q&A with Freddie Mac's John Cannon

John Cannon, Freddie Mac's head of production, shares his 2013 outlook. More

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Pop Quiz: Q&A With John Cannon, Freddie Mac's New Head of Production Pop Quiz: Q&A With John Cannon, Freddie Mac's New Head of Production

Apartment Finance Today recently sat down with John Cannon to discuss why he came to Freddie, what the company hopes to achieve, and the servicing of loans in the CME program. More

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Pop Quiz: Q&A With John Cannon, Freddie Mac's New Head of Production Pop Quiz: Q&A With John Cannon, Freddie Mac's New Head of Production

Apartment Finance Today recently sat down with John Cannon to discuss why he came to Freddie, what the company hopes to achieve, and the servicing of loans in the CME program. More

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New, Old Faces at CREF

Fannie and Freddie use the occasion of this year's MBA CREF Convention in February to introduce some new faces in leadership. More

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GSEs Closed Nearly $45 Billion Last Year and Eye More This Year

The GSEs posted huge numbers in 2011, with Fannie Mae's volume growing 44 percent and Freddie Mac's volume ratcheting up 32 percent. This year, they expect to grow some more. More

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GSEs Closed Nearly $45 Billion Last Year and Eye More This Year

The GSEs posted huge numbers in 2011, with Fannie Mae's volume growing 44 percent and Freddie Mac's volume ratcheting up 32 percent. This year, they expect to grow some more. More

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GSEs Closed Nearly $45 Billion Last Year and Eye More This Year

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac saw a dramatic increase in volume last year, driven by a combination of historically low rates and a much-improved transaction market. More

Pop Quiz: Q&A With John Cannon, Freddie Mac's New Head of Production
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Pop Quiz: Q&A With John Cannon, Freddie Mac's New Head of Production

When Mike McRoberts left Freddie Mac to join Prudential Mortgage Capital last year... More

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Agency Lenders Increasingly Cultivate Life Company Executions

Many Fannie, Freddie, and FHA lenders are now building up thier life company correspondent relationships both to offer customers more choices, and to protect themselves against the uncertainty surrounding the GSEs. More

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