“All of us recognize that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s multifamily programs maintained solid underwriting standards and strong credit performance even during the global financial crisis and, importantly, kept capital flowing to our sector even in the depths of that crisis,” emphasized Bibby and Dewitt.
In their initial essay entitled, “Rebuilding Housing Finance on a Strong Foundation,” Bibby and DeWitt stressed that the multifamily model can provide lawmakers and stakeholders with core principles as they strive to craft a long-term solution for today’s related housing finance system challenges.
The range of essays address the future housing finance system post-conservatorship and explain how the authors think we could get there.
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