Housing Policy

Take Time to Exercise … Your Vote

In this issue of Capital Commentary, I’d like to invoke a procedure known as a “point of personal privilege.” In parliamentary terms, a point of personal privilege concerns a matter both “timely and urgent.” And, in my case, personal, too. 1. Vote Like Your Country Depends on It More than once I...

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CRT: Effective, Popular but Threatened

When the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) recently sought comments on its newly proposed capital standards for mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, no topic drew more interest than the...