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April 29, 2014

Short Takes: 1,480 ‘Pain Points’ in Obtaining a Mortgage? / OMG, Watt of FHFA May Finally Speak in Public / NPL Sales Coming from Fannie and Freddie? / A G-Fee Hike? / GAO Weighs in on Loss Mitigation Activities

By Thomas Ressler and Paul Muolo and Brandon Ivey

Meanwhile, rumors abound that Fannie and Freddie may once again be looking at the possibility of selling some of its nonperforming mortgages…

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