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If only 90,000 deeply underwater but current borrowers defaulted on their Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac-owned mortgages in an attempt to qualify for a principal forgiveness program, the financial benefits of the program would be eliminated. So said Federal Housing Financial Agency Director Edward DeMarco Tuesday during a controversial speech at the Brookings Institution that has set off a firestorm of controversy among lenders.

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