At Home with Fannie Mae

Hammers, Maryann
November 2002
Workforce (10928332);Nov2002, Vol. 81 Issue 12, p16
Focuses in the Employer-Assisted Housing (EAH) program of Federal Home Mortgage Corp. in the U.S. Estimated number of employees who own their homes; Significance of the program to Federal Home; Loans offered by the program to non-management employees; Details of the Preparing for Homeownership offered by Federal Home as part of the EAH program.


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