In Quest to Quell Lender Buyback Fears, Freddie to Boost QC Tech

Sinnock, Bonnie
October 2015
Nationalmortgagenews.com;10/5/2015, p1
An initiative underway at Freddie Mac seeks to integrate new and existing technology to create a comprehensive suite of quality control tools designed to help lenders manage their mortgage repurchase risks.


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