New Rule Gives Permanent Status to FHLB Secondary Market Program

Collins, Brian
July 2000
National Mortgage News;07/10/2000, Vol. 24 Issue 42, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on a rule adopted by the United States Federal Housing Finance Board, which enables Federal Home Loan Banks to conduct mortgage purchase programs without any dollar limits. Functions of a Mortgage Partnership Finance (MFP) program; Enabling of member institutions to sell their conventional and government-insured loans to participating FHLBanks.


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