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Volume 2014 - Number 13

June 20, 2014

Changes to GSEs’ G-Fees Likely a Long Way Off

In December, the Federal Housing Finance Agency was set to increase the guaranty fees charged by the government-sponsored enterprises. However, Melvin Watt, the new director of the FHFA, put a hold on the planned g-fee increase and is taking a much more deliberate look at the fees, including a potential decrease in g-fees. The FHFA this month released a request for input regarding the g-fees charged by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, including questions about ...

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