Fannie's Deal with ACB Way Ahead of Target

Julavits, Robert
February 2002
American Banker;2/13/2002, Vol. 167 Issue 30, p10
Trade Publication
Reports the partnership developments between America's Community Bankers (ACB) and Fannie Mae Corp. Sale of mortgage loans directly to Fannie; Increase on the profits ACB and Fannie; Association between Fannie and Freddie Mac in purchasing more loans; Focus of ACB on the secondary market for increased competitiveness.


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