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The Great Divide: Unequal Societies and What We Can Do About Them iNe were set up So government set up Fannie Maen 1938 Jessie Jones chairman of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation pledged n the NYT to match private competitors capital dollar for dollar but nobody accepted2 Fannie was set up as a company with shareholders much recently n 1968 during the Johnson administration precisely to avoid consolidating Japan's Holy War: The Ideology of Radical Shinto Ultranationalism its debt with that of the US It was privatized to gett out of the budget Paul Volcker p67 The 1968 law also removed any limits The Trickster Makes A Match in the amount of Fannie debt banks could hold on their balance Freddie was established around that time 1970 to compete with Fannie and was privatized like Fannie a decade or so later presumably for similar reasons Originally Fannie and Freddie owned mortgages but later they started guaranteeing themnstead In 1986 finally restrictions were lifted on buying non GSE guaranteed mortgages paving the way for the creation of the private market3 In 1992 Congress established OFHEO to oversee Fannie and Freddie with a pitiful budget euivalent to the pay of the top 4 Fannie executives The same legislation set tiny capital reuirements for Fannie and Freddie and i established affordable housing goals originally goals that were already comfortably exceeded4 By 1999 Fannie Mae had become America s 3rd largest corporation by assets p 74 And right about then they started selling bonds to foreigners stepping The Silent Patient in where the Clinton surplus left offn 1998 USD 198bn For You Libretto Für Eine Oper Von Michael Berkeley in 2000 USD 348bnn 2004 USD 875bn foreign money was funding the most domestic asset p 75 They took the worst possible Country of Ash: A Jewish Doctor in Poland, 1939-1945 investment and turnedt The Trail of the Wild Rose into the second most liuidnstrument on earth p 75 BIS regulations assigning relatively low risk weighting to their debt contributed to this n all probability5 Just as Fannie and Freddie were reaching the zenith of their powers the private market was working hard to supplant them Subprime mortgages rose from 8 percent of mortgage originations n 2003 to 20 percent Marco Goes to School in 2005 p 28 By 2006 private labelssuance reached USD 115 trillion and an astonishing 71% of the mortgages were either subprime or Alt A p28 As the private market boomed Fannie and Freddie were rapidly becoming Nirvana, Kurt Cobain, Courtney Love In Eigenen Worten irrelevant Their market share fell from 57 percentn 2003 to 42 percent Ferdydurke in 2004 and to 37 percentn 2006 p 296 The choice was explicitly made not to fall behind the private market We face two stark choices stay the course or meet the market where the market Tourist Trapped (Trapped Trilogy Book 1) is Tom Lund head of single family business If you re not relevant you re unprofitable and you re not serving the mission CEO Dan Mudd p31 Ken Bacon It s very hard to any one person to sit as the market moves and say I m smarter than everyonen this market Everyone was getting Sex Is Not A Natural Act Other Essays into the market and I just can t give you a breaking point Over time we started doing things we used to not do Ken Bacon congressional testimony p 537 Fannie and Freddy together purchased 38 percent of subprimessuance The First Urban Christians: The Social World of the Apostle Paul in 2001 119 percentn 2002 347 percent Reise Know-How Wo es keinen Arzt gibt - Medizinisches Handbuch zur Hilfe und Selbsthilfe: Diagnose, Medikamente, Malaria-Prophylaxe, Impfungen, Hygiene, Ernährung. (Sachbuch) in 2003 389 percentn 2004 and 289 percent n 2005 tapering to about 25 percent n 2006 and 2007 Between 2005 and 2007 they also guaranteed USD 350bn of Alt A8 What s they conned the Department of Housing and Urban Development Företagets lönsamhet, finansiering och tillväxt : mål, samband och mätmetoder into allowing these loans to count toward the congressionally mandated goals to provide affordable housing that Fannie and Freddie had had to meet since 1992 Wall Street even began designing a special product just for Fannie and Freddie that was packed with loans that satisfied the goals9 It s very difficult to argue thatn embracing subprime they were actually promoting affordable housing Subprime was chiefly to take money out of your home not to help you buy Timescan: Science Fiction Short Stories itn the first place by 1999 a staggering 82% of subprime were refinancings p 27 Between 2003 and 2007 homeowners cashed out approximately 966 billion The Miseducation of Women in home euity from Freddie Mac In 2006 cash out refinancings accounted for nearly 30 percent of all refinances at Freddie Mac p28 One could argue that refinancing worked to undermine not strengthen homeowners by generating a lot of overextended homeowners who couldn t make their mortgage payments 10 One thing they may have achieveds to crowd out the private sector Ed Pinto a former chief credit officer of Fannie May who left the firm Lonesome River in the 1980 s argues that Fannie and Freddie drove the privatessuers further out on the risk curve p 54FLAWS OF THE GSE MODELMichael Stegman The critical flaws n the legacy system that allowed private shareholders and senior employees of the GSEs to reap substantial profits while leaving taxpayers to shoulder enormous losses cannot be fixed by a regulator or conservator because they are ntrinsic to the GSEs congressional charters p 141 The CBO produced study after study showing that the subsidy was not going to homebuyers It was going to shareholders and executives p 80Larry Summers The absolutely best way to mine money out of government p 761 Non transparent mplicit guarantee2 Staple the rents to a broad middle class subsidy so you can t attack the rents without attacking the middle class3 A source of positive opportunity for opportunistic politiciansAustan Goolsbee whatever safeguards you put n the flawed nature of the structure having any kind of government subsidy that sn t fully paid for means t will The Officer is not the Gentleman inevitably go bad Evenf the government guarantee s priced appropriately nitially meaning that Nein, Torben-Jasper, du hast keinen Telefonjoker.: Referendare erzählen vom täglichen Klassen-Kampf (German Edition) it covers the risk the pricing willnevitably become politicized by the housing ndustrial complex And t may not be possible to price t appropriately If you do those who can opt out will do so leaving the weaker credits to the government which actually magnifies the problem p 148HOW IT ALL WENT WRONG1 The GSEs became the epicenter of the Housing Industrial Complex Under leaders such as Jim Johnson they became the biggest lobbyists n Washington #established foundations such as the Fannie Mae Foundation and established revolving door # foundations such as the Fannie Mae Foundation and established revolving door practices with Congress Also they traded enough derivatives with Wall Street ostensibly to manage the prepayment risk of the mortgages they held to make Greenspan worry p 86 Such Blood and Groom is still their clout that despite the humiliation of having to restate their earningsn post Enron 2003 the disaster of 2008 the establishment of conservatorship status and the curtailment of their lobbying budget they have seen off three attempts to shut them down Shelby and Calabria i Jon Hensarling s PATH and ii the Obama endorsed Corker and Warner bill2 By the turn of the millennium they had become the embodiment of private profits and public losses with their management mis stating profits by up to USD 9bn private profits and public losses with their management mis stating profits by up to USD 9bn smooth earnings and maximize personal compensation but also deciding to protect market share n order to stay relevant rather than focusing on their public mission of supporting the market for 30yr mortgages cross subsidizing mortgages at less desirable zip codes and promoting affordable housing3 And then n 2006 house prices started going down and the GSEs goose was cooked The roughly USD 64bn n cash losses they accumulated ended up exceeding their very slim capital buffer That said Fannie and Freddie resolutely did not create the crisis Subprime was not Sasameki Koto, Vol. 9 invented by Fannie and Freddie Entrepreneurs started the subprime lenders to make money Fannie and Freddie bought mortgagensurance on all the loans with less than 20% down The private sector took this risk Landesbanken IKB New Century Bear Sterns funds and BNP funds took the first hits not Fannie and Freddie Fannie and Freddie did not bring down Lehman or AIGRegardless Fannie and Freddie s mortgage exposure and their foray nto subprime and Alt A n particular drove them to bankruptcy Abhandlung �ber A. A. Marks' K�nstliche Glieder: Nebst Mustrirtem Katalog (Classic Reprint) in all but name as they were forcednto conservatorship a fact that among other things robbed them of their lobbying budget i robbed them of their deferred tax assets and ii forced them to pay a 10% of their future profits to the TreasuryInstitutions that should have acted as a bulwark against panic reuired massive bailouts themselves As the crisis got worse n early 2009 the funding made available from the Treasury to Fannie and Freddie was doubled from 200bn to 400bn half of the 10yr Obamacare projection and even that cap was removed on Christmas Eve of 2009 p 95Meantime however as part of uantitative Easing Bernanke s Fed started buying billions of Fannie and Freddie paper every month The purpose of course was to restore confidence n the mortgage market and the housing market thereby bringing back down mortgage borrowing rates A side effect would prove to be to restore the profitability of the GSEs when the market for mortgages eventually took off againAccording to Paul Willen a senior economist at the Boston Fed between 2008 and 2014 the Fed purchased 28 trillion of agency mortgage backed securities p 95WHY THE GSEs AND THEIR BONDHOLDERS WERE BAILED OUT1 Private flows to the mortgage market had disappeared By the end of 2009 Fannie and Freddie along with Ginnie Mae accounted for 97 percent of mortgage backed securities ssuance according to the GAO In the absence of Fannie and Freddie housing would have collapsed they have to be used to keep the flow of capital going to the housing market Larry Summers p422 Foreign Advanced Photoshop CS3 Trickery FX [With CDROM] institutions mainly central banks owned around 1 trillion of agency debt and mortgage backed securities China and Japan also owned almost half of the US Treasury debtn foreign hands at the time p 433 A Fannie and Freddie failure would have taken down the whole financial system It would have been worse than the Great Depression Paulson p 444 If you were to abolish Fannie and Freddie what would happen to the existing 5 trillion of GSE backed securities p 103 2009 was a very bad time to consolidate that debt nto the US government debt and politically there s no such thing as a good time to do so besidesW. 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We live Secret Admirer in a world of limited resources Why should we put the governments weight behind home ownership of all things Why not subsidise medical research fornstance McClean offers here nnovative uestions after providing the complicated history of two uasi US government agencies whose novel mission to provide a path to homeownership to those who would be denied by the private mortgage ndustry was clouded by O Palácio dos Prazeres its almostmpossible status At once held accountable to take risky mortgages and create profit at once backed by the US government and also abandoned when convenient or used when convenient Ladybird Mini Mad About Whales and Dolphins ie to play fuzzy math with the budget McClean also dispels the myth that these agencies caused the financial crisesndicating that once again these agencies became convenient to blame A large uestion of the adaptability of the US to the future s how well t can support F is for Feminism: An Alphabet Book of Empowerment its societyn changing and challenging times This book Dictionary And Glossary Of The Quran ind Thiss a companion piece to McLean s larger study of the 2008 financial crisis All the Devils are Here this time explaining the role of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and their ongoing problems Who is Alaska's Favorite Bear? including the difficultyn the bailout reforming them Ithaka on the Horizon: A Greek-American Journey in any meaningful way Thiss pitched n a particularly effective way at people who know enough to be nterested n the mechanics of the financial meltdown but without background or economics training The explanations are thoughtful and jargon free and the tangled political machinations going back to the New Deal founding of Fannie Mae up to the foreign policy ramifications of global nvestment are laid out clearly An extremely dense book talking about the two US mortgage giants Fanny May and Freddie MacI would argue that this American Presidents, Deportations, and Human Rights Violations: From Carter to Trump is definitely not a book for people who are new to finance as I also had to pause and look up certain terms that I was not familiar with yet However the writings comprehensible and uite entertaining A book about this topic could easily have been bogged down Controlling Credit in navel gazing and long tedious discussion of the policy particulars but the author keeps everything snappyFavourite uotesAbout some Authors blaming Fannie and Freddie for the Subprime mortgage crisisBut Wallison s narrative can t be close to the entirety of the story Theres a big difference between a 30 year fixed rate fully documented mortgage offered to a less creditworthy customer which Public Enemies: America's Greatest Crime Wave and the Birth of the FBI, 1933-34 is the sort of riskier mortgage Fannie and Freddie mostly didn the 1990s and the reckless loans that proliferated Time Bandit: Two Brothers, the Bering Sea, and One of the World's Deadliest Jobs in the bubble like adjustable rate zero down payment mortgages where the borrower simply states his or herncome nor does the existence of the first type of loan automatically presage the second Fannie and Freddie s market share of mortgages that were turned Erika Mann: Eine Jüdische Tochter into securities plunged as the second sort of mortgage took off By the later most dangerous years of the bubble they were not even the dominant buyers of risky private label securities David Fiderer a former banker turned journalist calculates that from 2005 to 2007 roughly 29 trillion of private label first lien single family mortgage securities weressued only about 15 percent of which were purchased by Fannie and Freddie and they bought the safest possible part That supposedly safer part of the securities the triple A rated ones became ncreasingly easy to sell because so many buyers around the world were looking for safe nvestments As for the riskier pieces Vanishing DeKalb: A Pictorial History it was a Wall Streetnvention the collateralized debt obligation that became the buyer Without them the last frenzied years of the bubble wouldn t have been possibleThen on August 17 2012 a sleepy summer Friday Treasury and the FHFA changed the rules of the gameGoing forward Gedisst instead of paying a 10 percent dividend Fannie and Freddie would be reuired to send every penny they made to Treasury If everything went to the government then there was no value left fornvestors In Washington there Liberty, Equality, Power: A History of the American People, Volume II is a distinct lack of sympathy for thenvestors and for the argument about their private property rights Berkowitz recalls complaining to one politically plugged Mosaic Level 2 Writing Teacher's Edition in person only to be told to grow up There are somen DC circles who believe the government only left Fannie and Freddie s common and preferred shares n private hands because t had to do so to avoid putting their debt on the federal budget Since everyone knew that this was a fa ade of convenience the The Sun: Changes Its Position in Space, Therefore It Cannot Be Regarded as Being in a Condition of Rest investors should have understood that what they view as their property always belonged to the governmentWhether you like the GSEs or nott s about 80 years too late to have that discussion says a Fannie employee We have already built an economy around this and used this to Unexpected Mate investn leveling the effects of capitalism The dea of unwinding t all s crazy Maybe we could have and should have chosen jobs or healthcare but we didn t We chose housing I took five single spaced pages of notes from this tiny little book that s how tightly packed t Der Jungfrauenmacher is with the parallel history of and strong opinion on the US housing market and the GSEsBethany McLean has donet again basically And she makes Finn Finnegan it all feel like a short storyI m stilln awe at how much was made to fit The Edge of the Sky into this pocket book without makingt at all feel like the Cliff Notes for a much bigger opus In fact when I finished My Father's Guru: A Journey Through Spirituality and Disillusion it I thought to myself wow this was nice and sweet Only when I went back to summarize my findings did I realize what a feat the author has accomplishedThat said her analysis has two HUMONGOUS gaps Let s get them out of the way1 All countriesn the world automatically favor owning versus renting because my rent Communicative English 1 is someone else sncome on which he pays Breadwig Coloring Book Volume 5 income tax Elementary understanding of the distinction between the formal and effectivencidence of tax shows renters pay tax that owners don t They pay t ndirectly via the landlord but they pay Stone Cold Touch (The Dark Elements, it all the same The American system s additional support of owning versus renting via tax deductibility of mortgage debt via the creation of the market for 30yr mortgage debt etcs merely the American cherry on a worldwide cakeRent means tax Ergo f you can own you should own unless you think you ll be moving soon or f you think prices are falling Worldwide this Der Wortbruch: Hitler, Stalin und der Zweite Weltkrieg is one of the ways the poor stay poor and they are not stupid for wanting to own like everyone elset Hugh Hefner: The Playboy Interviews (50 Years of the Playboy Interview) is uninformed or worse to look down on them for taking on subprime loan Their perhaps unrealistic aims to duck that tax like you and I can though I d recommend a book called House of Debt by Mian and Sufi to anyone who cares to see how this totally backfired April in the 2008 crisis Conversely any government attempt to further tilt thingsn favor of homeowners s n rather poor taste f your leanings are egalitarian2 Fannie and Freddie did not survive the crisis because of the 400

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commitment from Treasury and are not crazy profitable at the moment because they are naturally set up to make money They owe their existence and profitability to the fact that the Fed has throughout the crisis bought staggering amounts of their debt at pretty much flat price to the safest nvestment on earth US TreasuriesIf you can always borrow then you will never die If you can always borrow for free from someone with nfinite pockets 28 trillion and counting with the Fed still as of October 2015 as I m writing this replacing maturing GSE debt t holds from E1E2 and E3 This argument alone First Annual Report on the Geology of the State of New Hampshire, 1841 (Classic Reprint) is enough to make a total joke of any claim from any hedge fund regarding how capitalism should workClaims on Fannie and Freddie are contingent claims on the mindblowing and continuing largesse from the part of government called the Fed If for argument s sake the Fed has paid 100 cents on the dollar for 28 trillion of debt that would otherwise trade at 99 cents on the dollar that s an 28 billion gift right there If the debt should trade at 90 cents on the dollar then that part of the gifts worth 280 billion If Meisterwerke Kurz Und Bündig. Thomas Manns Zauberberg it would not trade at all whicht didn t during the crisis you get the pictureThe geniuses who nvested n Fannie and Freddie stock n 2011 did not spot some amazing free market company with undervalued stock They took a bet that they could benefit enormously something like 301 from a government subsidy that was meant for people other than themselvesBill Gross did t safer he bought himself GSE debt at the lows and bet the Fed would follow On the Ropes in his footsteps to save the Chinese Perry Capital and friends thought they d pull the same scam three years later absent a crisis Unlucky fellows For now at any rate Tomorrow who knows I would not bet against them eventually earning that 301 return Thiss AmericaWith those two points behind us and they do cost the book the final fifth star from where I stand much as I totally loved Power Up Level 4 Pupil's Book it here come the five pages of notes I tookn my attempt to summarize this little masterpieceHISTORICAL PURPOSE OF AND MOTIVATION FOR THE GSEs1 Other countries chose healthcare We chose housing 2 Other countries like Germany subsidize rents We subsidize ownership 3 Until very recently the US banking system was regional so mortgage lenders were exposed to local economy There was a need for way to pool mortgage risk across the nation4 30yr mortgages are Fuzzy impossibly dangerousnstruments They carry three risks credit The Pennsylvania Barn: Its Origin, Evolution, and Distribution in North America interest rates and prepayment p63 Only a government backed scheme could hope to create a marketn such nstruments5 What the GSEs really were was a giant subsidization machine where wealthier borrowers n desirable areas paid than they otherwise would have while less well off borrowers The Other Voice: Essays on Modern Poetry in less desirable locations paid less than they otherwise would have p 81PRE CRISIS HISTORY OF THE GSEs1 The National Housing Act 1933 provided for the creation of privately owned mortgage associations that would buy FHAssued mortgages from lenders p64 but n the three years after they were authorized no. 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HAT HAPPENED NEXT HEDGE FUND OPPORTUNISM1 The fate of Fannie and Freddie was then left to Ed DeMarco provisional chair at the FHFA who was not provisional at all and ran the FHFA for six years after the bailout The way he putt there s no one making policy I ll make policy p 100 De Marco fought all principal forgiveness schemes tooth and nail to protect the one remaining shareholder the government from strategic defaults p99 De Marco also sued 18 banks seeking to recover USD 200 billion Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering (8th Edition) in losses from mis sold private label mortgage product Nomura and RBS foolishly did not settle and lostn court Under De Marco s prodding GSEs steadily Personal Computer Repair Maintenance: A Practical Guide increased their guarantee fees for new mortgages Fannie Mae s average effective guarantee fee on new loans tripled from 21bpn the first uarter of 2009 to 63bp Level Up Level 3 Teacher's Book in the first uarter of 2014 He also began charging extra fees for riskier mortgagesn order to decrease the amount of cross subsidization Murder in Little Rock in the system The wholedea was that as the cost of Fannie and Freddie s Think A1 Workbook Bulgaria Edition insurance policy rose the private sector would see an opportunity to make money and come backnto the market p 1012 When almost everyone was gnashing his teeth about the apparently mounting losses at the GSEs some Los Tres Cerdos = The Three Little Pigs investors began to do the math and they found that Fannie and Freddie weren t doing nearly as poorly ast seemed p111 Many hedge funds slowly started snapping up Fannie and Freddie3 In a particularly bold move on June 13 2011 Skadden Arps and Blackstone pitched to the government on how to deal with Fannie and Freddie build up fresh capital through their earnings and make sure Sherlock Holmes and the Shakespeare Globe Murders investors are paid private capital will not make any substantial commitment to a solutionn the absence of any likelihood of a meaningful return on capital p 114After the meeting Blackstone loaded up on Fannie and Freddie securities I view this as blackmail basically but the author never calls Brighton Belle it that4 The government took about a year to respond andt was not what the hedge funds were expecting August 17 2012 the Third Amendment of the conservatorship s rules reuires Fannie and Freddie to send every penny to the government not just 10% The government Collocations Extra: Multi-Level Activities for Natural English is doingtself the trade the hedge funds had been eyeing for themselves This has turned the GSEs Washing The Stones into the piggy bank for the government helpingt circumvent the annual debt ceiling stalemate In the words of Jack Lew as a practical matter t s what has helped us reduce our overall deficit p 117 Thanks to the GSE s profits federal spending was under reported by a combined 178 billion n 2013 and 2014 according to a paper by the Heritage Foundation p 118 Not Sin Never Sleeps incidentally theres no accountability for how the profits from Fannie and Freddie are spent and once the money Frederick Douglass: Self-Made Man is spentt s gone and cannot be used to buffer any losses they might suffer again or used to capitalize a new house financing system p 1185 In defiance of the Third Amendment of the conservatorship and n a strategy that n the business we call get long and get loud hedge fund Pershing Suare Pea Ridge: Civil War Campaign in the West i boughtn the open market 13% of the 20% of Fannie Mae stock still Robinson Crusoe Level 4 Intermediate in circulation andi released a report entitled It s Time to Get off our Fannie The Social Media Business Equation: Using Online Connections to Grow Your Bottom Line invoking the Fifth Amendment of the US Constitution against the confiscation of private property and advocating that Fannie and Freddie should go back to where they wereWHERE THAT LEAVES US THE GSEs TODAYThe GSEs are woefully undercapitalized zombiesThe GSEs are 85% of the mortgage marketn the US15% of GSE paper s still owned by foreignersHalf of GSE paper s owned by the branch of government called the FedThe government s refusing to nationalize the GSEs because t would have to consolidate their 58 billion of debt nto ts own debtThe government s refusing to privatize the GSEs because that would amount to going back to private profits and public lossesThe government won t let the GSEs Current Profits Accrue To Them profits accrue to them two reasons The practical reason s that the government Elizabeth Chater Regency Romance Collection is using the GSEs to padts own budget by #hundreds and billions of dollars The The Stardust Voyages ideological reasons that f they were building back their capital there # and billions of dollars The deological reason s that f they were building back their capital there be tremendous pressure on Congress to release them Peter Wallison p 121 What made America s housing market shudder and shake during and after the 2008 financial crisis Why The Ghost Rock Mystery is homeownership finance on such shaky ground and why are things still not really back on an even keelThis relatively small little book will give you a great bird s eye view over proceedings explaining along the way why the federal governments effectively owning trillions of dollars Grand Ambition in house loans throughts conservatorship "Of Freddie And Fannie Mae The Government Is Not Rushing "Freddie and Fannie Mae The government Nickelodeon Nation: The History, Politics, and Economics of America's Only TV Channel for Kids is not rushing get rid of these assets that are now generating profits to help pay d Concise and entertainingBethany McLean does an excellent job of untangling the uandary faced by the Federal Governmentn dealing with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Her discussion of the effects of cash out refinancing contrasted with loans used to purchase homes help the reader to distinguish between critiues of the GSEs that are economic versus merely political I saw the author along B Ackmann n Charlie Rose show a few weeks ago and thought that s mportant Why The housing market health determines the US stock market performance due to the wealth effect that The Two Faces of American Freedom induces consumption and mainly because of the fact that the homebuildingndustry provides so many jobs Yet the US mortage The Soul of Fighting: Martial Arts, Combat Sports, and the Search for Warrior Wisdom insurance markets flawed Fanni and Freddie were created by congress but operated as private businesses with government support The two together represent 5 trillion of debt vs the total US debt of around 13 trillion The two have 80 pcent of the mortgage guarantee market There s an mplicit not explicit guarantee that the governement would honour any obligations And this creates unhealthy confusionsThey are running on no capital but no one wants to admit that they are fully government agencies because that would mean that their debt would be consolidated onto the national balance sheet and therefore that the national debt to gdp ratio would be much higher They must go back to private market financing But now so many Unvollständige Erinnerungen internationalnstitutions own their debt that t s difficult for the US government to fully withdraw from themThey were created to boost first time home ownership But they became a tool for politicians wanting to push ever lending to boost the economy The root of the gfc was not deregulation but dumb regulation e pushing f and f to reduce standards and give money to lower credit people to buy home they could not affordThe official view s still that fanni and freddi shoul not exists But nothing happens they remain n limbo protected by the gvt and nationalised For the gvt releasing Notorious Jefferson County: Frontier Murder Mayhem its grip on them would be euivalent to tightening credit conditions for home owners Do they want to do that given the dull economic recovery I think Larry Summers has a point at the end This system was createdn the 1930s but today why do we need to support fixed long term ownership when the workforce s going to have to be geographically flexible n the future We are now n a world of renters right Should we not subsidise first time home buyers only Or subsidise something else like health care The US s trapped Housing has become the backbone of the economy A good book with no fluff Outlines the problems facedfacing the two giant companies and why the problems seem so The Borscht Belt: Revisiting the Remains of America's Jewish Vacationland intractable to solve Very balanced does not push one view but presents multiple sides to the story The 30 year fixed rate mortgages the lynchpin of the American Dream and t wouldn t exist without Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac but most Americans have no dea what these companies do or why thy are so mportant In this compact but efficient book Bethany McLean does a wonderful job of explaining the history of Fannie and Freddie ncluding their The Queen's Soprano involvementn the sub prime crisis and the following bailout I felt she did a great job resisting any partisan arguments without pulling any punches A must read f you are nterested Baboon in how the housing and mortgage market works So guys after the financial crisis what the heck happened to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Did these massive entities go bankrupt Did they get nationalized What happened to the billion of mortgages that they hold A month ago my best answer would have been a blank stare Bethany McLean to the rescue She explains how Fannie and Freddie wentnto Federal conservatorship This conservatorship Flyfisher's Guide to Idaho is an odd sort of purgatoryn which these entities stay off the goverment s balance sheet but the government still claims all their earnings 3 stars for Shaky Ground since Wanting Women: An Anthology of Erotic Lesbian Poetry it s such a slim sober little volume It lacks the juicy drama of McLean s other business books but punches you every bit as hard with the facts If you can t find this book at your library do try to watch McLean explain thessues here Here are my two favorite nuggets of wisdomFrom the ntro The former governor of the Bank of England Mervyn King told me this Most countries have socialized health care and a free market for mortgages You n the United States do exactly the oppositeFrom the conclusion where McLean sorts through proposals for Fannie and Freddie s ultimate fate A surprising number of people have begun to argue n essence better the devil you sort of know If a new system s going to look somewhat like the old Fannie and Freddie anyway with a broad government backstop why would you start from scratch Bstat instead of fixing what we have Thedea which Bstat (with Review Cards and Printed Access Card) is precisely along the lines of whatnvestors want s that f Fannie and Freddie have much higher capital levels competent regulation maybe an explicit guarantee for which they pay the government and no portfolio business then you have fixed many of the problems with the business mode. 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