Why, Exactly, Do the GSEs Need Reforming?

Fiderer, David
December 2013
National Mortgage News;12/16/2013, Vol. 37 Issue 48, p1
Trade Publication
The article reflects on the reasons that demand for making changes in the government-sponsored enterprise (GSE) underwriting so that the mortgage industry can overcome foreclosure and loss severity. It informs that the GSEs underwriting standards have proved to be superior in comparison to any other segment of the market. It informs that GSE reform translates their plan to shut down the GSEs that favours housing finance.


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