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Zhang Guang

(idzmj0723)This is an important step toward increasing private investment in foreclosed properties to maximize value and stabilize communities.

Hendri Prastio Kurniawan

According to ProPublica and NPR, the mortgage giant made a Wall Street-style bet against the likelihood of homeowners’ inability to refinance at lower interest rates, hoping to profit from the “financial jail” of regulations enacted in the wake the subprime mortgage crisis in which Freddie Mac played a significant role.


Nice info...

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