The rules direct Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to expand the number of loans they back for low-income families to 24 per cent of their purchases of single-family home mortgages over 2015-17, up from a target of 23 per cent last year. Photo: ReutersThe rules direct Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to expand the number of loans they back for low-income families to 24 per cent of their purchases of single-family home mortgages over 2015-17, up from a target of 23 per cent last year. Photo: Reuters
The rules direct Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to expand the number of loans they back for low-income families to 24 per cent of their purchases of single-family home mortgages over 2015-17, up from a target of 23 per cent last year. Photo: Reuters

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac urged to back low-income families

The rules direct Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to expand the number of loans they back for low-income families to 24 per cent of their purchases of single-family home mortgages over 2015-17, up from a target of 23 per cent last year. Photo: ReutersThe rules direct Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to expand the number of loans they back for low-income families to 24 per cent of their purchases of single-family home mortgages over 2015-17, up from a target of 23 per cent last year. Photo: Reuters
The rules direct Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to expand the number of loans they back for low-income families to 24 per cent of their purchases of single-family home mortgages over 2015-17, up from a target of 23 per cent last year. Photo: Reuters
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