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Fannie Mae Taps Veteran Jeff Hayward as Multifamily Group Chief as Bacon Steps Down

Ken Bacon will soon retire from his post as Fannie Mae's highest-ranking multifamily executive, and will be replaced by Jeff Hayward, the company confirmed. More

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Fannie Mae Taps Veteran Jeff Hayward as Multifamily Group Chief as Bacon Steps Down

Ken Bacon will soon retire from his post as Fannie Mae's highest-ranking multifamily executive, and will be replaced by Jeff Hayward, the company confirmed. More

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GSE Market Share Drops in 2010

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac saw their multifamily debt volumes shrink slightly last year as emerging competition from banks, life insurance companies, and the CMBS sector finally started cutting into market share. More

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What the Portfolio Cap Lift Means for the GSEs

The Treasury Department has given the GSEs increased flexibility in reducing the size of thier portfolios. But will that announcement change the way Fannie and Freddie approach thier business? More

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Fannie, Freddie 2009 Production Numbers Point to 2010 Trends

The GSEs released thier 2009 volume numbers, and the steep declines in production mirror an industry that continues to bounce around the bottom. Still, the figures indicate what strategies each GSE will employ in 2010. More

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Fannie, Freddie 2009 Production Numbers Point to 2010 Trends

The GSEs released thier 2009 volume numbers, and the steep declines in production mirror an industry that continues to bounce around the bottom. Still, the figures indicate what strategies each GSE will employ in 2010. More

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