Fannie, Freddie Face Challenging Road on Rural Multifamily Goals

Collins, Brian
December 2015
Nationalmortgagenews.com;12/28/2015, p1
A proposal issued two weeks ago by the FHFA calls on the two government-sponsored enterprises to identify opportunities to increase their purchases of small multifamily properties in rural areas, sparking some concern among lenders.


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