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May 5, 2014

Short Takes: Another Troubling Sign for Ellie Mae? / Watt May Slow Contraction at the GSEs / Freedom Buys Assets from California Nonbank / Freddie CEO Not So Bullish on Core Earnings / Daurio Still Fishing for Subprime Investors

By Paul Muolo

Based on what Freddie's Layton said, one might think that going forward, the GSEs might barely break even. Maybe that’s why the GSEs – and not necessarily Mel Watt – want to hike their guaranty fees…

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