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fannie mae and freddie mac reports Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (the Enterprises) were created by Congress to provide stability and liquidity in the secondary housing finance market. These reports are related to Fannie Mae’s and Freddie Mac’s activities to meet their mission and the Enterprises’ financial performance and condition.

NEW YORK (Fortune) — Here’s a scary, and relevant, question to ponder as the housing market continues to slide: What would it take for the government to step in and help Fannie Mae and Freddie.

What if Fannie and Freddie Can’t Prop Up Housing? By Paul Jackson March 7, 2008 Comments The question on the minds of both investors and mortgage banking executives as this week comes to a close is one they never thought they’d ask: what if Fannie and Freddie aren’t the answer? It’s a scary thought.

What if Fannie and Freddie Can’t Prop Up Housing? By Paul Jackson March 7, 2008 Comments The question on the minds of both investors and mortgage banking executives as this week comes to a close is one they never thought they’d ask: what if Fannie and Freddie aren’t the answer? It’s a scary thought.

With Mark Calabria in charge of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will not only be allowed to retain capital, but the senior preferred securities purchase.

That’s Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the mortgage giants that prop up much of the american housing market and have been operating under government control since the financial crisis seven years ago..

WASHINGTON – In his first public policy discussion as director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, mark calabria stressed that a strong capital position will determine the future for Fannie Mae and.

[8:41] How Fannie Mae props up the housing market [13:24] Fannie & Freddie have a stated goal of making housing more affordable, but they don’t do that at all [22:55] If you’re investing for yield rather than capital gains, the price of the house has much less importance

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac also can help stabilize mortgage markets and protect housing during extraordinary periods when stress or turmoil in the broader financial system threaten the economy. The Enterprises’ support for mortgage lending that finances affordable housing reduces the cost of such borrowing.