CUNA and NAFCU applaud draft legislation that would change Dodd-Frank and provide regulatory relief.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac could need major future U.S. taxpayer bailouts.
FHFA OIG warns GSEs could cost taxpayers as much as $190 billion.
Proposal requiring member FIs to maintain 10% of assets in residential mortgages is unpopular.
CFPB and FHA research finds home buyers do not use the internet to compare rates, mortgage terms.
Rule would require 10% of credit union assets in residential mortgages to stay in Federal Home Loan Bank system.
If the FHLB of Seattle merges into the FHLB of Des Moines, it would be the system's first voluntary merger.
Trade associations tell the FHFA g-fee increases should be a matter of risk management, not politics.
The FHFA reports a slight uptick in refinanced mortgages as a result of lower interest rates.
The proposal attempts to correct pricing disparities between Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac securities.