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Volume 18 - Number 24

November 28, 2014

Mortgage Execs Concerned About G-Fee Increase

The majority of mortgage industry executives believe a proposal to raise Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac guaranty fees will hurt lenders, raise origination costs and lead to fewer loans being made, according to a survey by Genworth U.S. Mortgage Insurance. “The survey findings were in line with expectations and highlight the need for continued dialog on regulatory reform and credit access,” said Rohit Gupta, president/CEO of the company. An estimated 53 percent of executives believe raising the g-fees would result in fewer loans being closed. And 23 percent of executives said higher fees for the government-sponsored enterprises would increase demand for FHA loans. While 13 percent said an increase would limit industry competition, 11 percent said it would stoke competition. ...

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