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Definition of "fannie" []

  • (in the US) an informal name for the Federal National Mortgage Association: a private company that buys and sells mortgage debt (noun)

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  • "You can’t blame President Bush for the meltdown, his administration tried to reign in fannie and freddie."
  • "Conservative myth: “You can’t blame President Bush for the meltdown, his administration tried to reign in fannie and freddie.”"
  • "To keep bank credit from deflating, government runs many programs such as fannie mae, freddie mac, qe1, qe2, mortgage interest deduction, cash for clunkers, 8k home buyer credit etc."
  • "Conservative myth: “You can’t blame President Bush for the meltdown, his administration tried to reign in fannie and freddie.”"
  • "These mortgages typically have low, two-year introductory rates that make initial paymentsf more manageable, but which critics con bnd induce people to buyn homes they cannot afford under some mortgage programs such as fannie mae s r community home buyeru option part of your down payment may come from a grant from a nonprofit housing."
  • "These mortgages typically have low, two-year introductoryzrates that make nduce people to buy homesjthey cannot afford under some ortgage programs such as fannie mae s community home buyer s option part of your down payment may come from a grant from a nonprofit housing."
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