DeMarco says FHFA will not consider principal write-downs

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Edward DeMarco, acting director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), has signaled that the agency is weighing the costs of reversing its longstanding refusal to consider mortgage principal reductions. In a speech delivered today before the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C., DeMarco.

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The positive impact of mortgage modifications which often include principal write-downs continues to be felt on the housing market, economy, and our local communities. The FHFA’s continued position that principal forgiveness conflicts with its goal of asset preservation is "not supported by reality," the attorneys general assert in the letter.

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New Bottom Line member NPA takes over FHFA to demand principal reduction (part 1) ARNOLD: But now, Fannie and Freddie appear to be saying the opposite. In part, that’s because the Obama administration has recently tripled the incentives it offers to lenders who do these principal write-downs. And so now, in many cases, if a lender writes off, say, $50,000 worth of principal, the government will reimburse half of that – $25,000.

DeMarco says FHFA will not consider principal write-downs federal housing finance agency (fhfa) Acting Director Edward DeMarco continues to refuse to consider allowing Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to write down mortgage principal for borrowers with underwater mortgages. The Los Angeles Times reports that DeMarco, in an appearance yesterday before.

Goldberg, a principal in Dentons’ public policy and regulation practice. Appearing at the Brookings Institution, Watt laid out a vision for the FHFA, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac that was far different.

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DeMarco says FHFA will not consider principal write-downs Obama to Replace DeMarco at FHFA posted by Alan White.. for example on principal write-downs and cracking down on mortgage servicer errors and abuses. Perhaps he could also begin to envision a more rational future assignment of the public and private roles in financing homes, in which public subsidy serves a public purpose and private.