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State-Level Guarantee Fee Pricing

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Open for comment 9/25/2012
All comments are due by 10/25/2012
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Fannie Mae; Freddie Mac; Conservatorship; Mortgage
Fannie Mae; Freddie Mac
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The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) oversees the operations of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac ("the Enterprises''). The Enterprises are in conservatorships, and, as Conservator, FHFA has statutory obligations in its conduct of the conservatorships, including preserving and conserving assets. Though the Enterprises are congressionally chartered and federally supervised and regulated, state laws and practices can have a significant impact on their loan default costs.

This Notice sets forth an approach to adjust the guarantee fees ("g-fees'') that the Enterprises charge for mortgages that finance properties with one to four units ("single-family mortgages'') in certain states to recover a portion of the exceptionally high costs that the Enterprises incur in cases of mortgage default in those states.

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