Volume 2014 - Number 4
February 14, 2014
Small Impact Expected from G-Fee Increase
Increases to guaranty fees under consideration by the Federal Housing Finance Agency would directly reduce the dollar volume of new agency originations by less than 1.0 percent, according to new research published by the Federal Reserve. The g-fee increases were announced in December by Ed DeMarco, the acting director of the FHFA at the time, partly to increase the non-agency share of mortgage originations. The planned increases were put on hold by Mel Watt, the new director of the FHFA, and remain ...
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