House finance regulator mulls action on “eminent domain” mortgage seizures
The principles they have announced are pretty consistent with the ones announced by me, said Mr. Obama. Advisers have made clear in recent days that they dont support every detail, but the big picture right now is more important to the White House than the details. Consider: six months ago, there wasnt much hope that both parties might find a way to work together on this issue anytime soon. 5.
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Alfred Pollard, FHFA’s general counsel, said in a memorandum posted on the agency’s website on Thursday that the uncertainty surrounding the use of eminent domain raises several issues, including its possible impact on the mortgage market and potential losses that Fannie Mae and Freddie Ma could incur. “There is a rational basis to conclude that the use of eminent domain by localities to restructure loans for borrowers that are “underwater” on their mortgages presents a clear threat to the safe and sound operations of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the Federal Home Loan Banks as provided in federal law,” Pollard wrote. The FHFA is weighing its legal options in any municipalities that approve loan restructuring programs. The agency is also considering preventing Fannie and Freddie from purchasing loans in those communities using eminent domain as a strategy for restructuring distressed mortgages. Both Fannie and Freddie, operating under federal conservatorship since they were taken over by the government in 2008 during the financial crisis, are some of the biggest buyers of private home-loan bonds.