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August 20, 2014

Short Takes: Former Subprime CEO Continues On / Privlo Definitely Did Not Raise $350 Million / Comerica Seeks Warehouse Manager for LA / More Regulations Coming from the CFPB? / A Sea Change in Fannie Underwriting Guidelines?

By Paul Muolo

A big deal or ho-hum: Fannie Mae in late July said it will allow for shorter waiting periods involving mortgage debt charge-off accounts and mortgage debt that is discharged through a bankruptcy.

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