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Ghost of Fannie Mae haunts Canada’s housing agency

More »The Canadian housing agency’s vulnerability to mortgage defaults has soared ninefold in 20 years, approaching levels reached by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in the U.S. at the height of the housing boom. Canada Mortgage & Housing...
by Penny Stock DD on Mar 10, 2012

Yahoo Joins the Attack on Capitalism

Yahoo is in lock step with the liberal propaganda machine which is trying to artificially create a class warfare battle prior to this year’s election cycle that would make Vladimir Lenin proud. The article in question is currently Yahoo’s lead &#...
by The Conservative Revolution on Mar 1, 2012

Fannie Still Hemorrhaging

Maxine Waters and Barny Frank unnavailable for comment. Time for another trip down memory lane...
by Randys Roundtable on Feb 29, 2012

Fannie Mae pays $100 million in legal fees for former execs in one case

Fannie Mae paid nearly $100 million in legal fees for three former executives between 2004 and September 2011, according to the Federal Housing Finance Agency Inspector General. The money paid for the defense of lawsuits, investigations and administ...
by GayRealEstate USA on Feb 28, 2012

The three Fannie Mae executives who brought down Wall Street… Where are they now?

Franklin Raines – was a Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Fannie Mae.  Raines was forced to retire from his position with Fannie Mae when auditing discovered severe irregularities in Fannie Mae’s accounting activities.  Raines le...
by American Freedom on Feb 25, 2012

Fannie May Chocolates Deal: FREE Gift w/Purchase [Ends 2/21]

    *FREE Gift with your order of $29+ @ Fannie May! Today is the LAST day to place an order of at least $29.00 over at Fannie May and receive a FREE gift! Who doesn’t love chocolates? Actually, I think the better question to ask...
by MamaNYC on Feb 21, 2012

Foreclosure For Sale – 318 Wilmot Fabus Mountain Blairsville, GA. 30512

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by The Front Porch View on Feb 20, 2012

ATRN, FNMA, FMCC, NVIV: OTC Dollar Volume leaders

Atrinsic Inc. (ATRN) security traded over $6.6M in dollar volume as of 2 p.m. EST ATRN stock makes unbeatable run since cent level on January 2012 Atrinsic, Inc. 469 7th Avenue Suite 250 New York, NY 10018 Tel: 212-273-1141 http://www.atrinsic.com At...

Fannie Mae taking online offers for REO

Real estate agents can submit offers on behalf of their clients to buy Fannie Mae REO online. The government-sponsored enterprise launched pilot programs in Orlando, Fla.; San Diego; and Detroit in November 2010. On Tuesday, Fannie said it would tak...
by GayRealEstate USA on Feb 13, 2012

Wells Fargo: Eat a BAG of Dicks!

I just wasted about an hour and a half on the phone with fucking Wells Fargo. What a useless bunch of twats. After calling 4 different numbers, being in 5 different queues and talking to five people, this last guy pretty much sums up why I think the...
by Misangela.com on Feb 10, 2012

Winning Our Future | Newt ’08 on Consulting Fannie and Freddie

Uploaded by WinningOurFuture on Jan 27, 2012 Despite all of the lies from the Romney camp, while Romney was flip-floping in 2008, Newt was standing up to Fannie and Freddie and was actively wanting to hold them accountable. Filed under: 2012 Elect...
by American Freedom on Feb 2, 2012

Is Obama’s Redistribution of Wealth Nothing More Than Social In-Justice?

Taxing The Rich and Upper Middle Class While 47% Pay No Taxes At All is Class Warfare Mr. President! Using Social Justice as a Platform the Obama Administration continues on with its Class Warfare Attacks against the Rich in an … Continue readi...

Guess Who Owns All the Houses?

By Michael Lombardi, MBA So which bank owns the majority of those 800,000 homes repossessed during the credit crisis bust? Well, it’s not a bank. It’s the U.S. taxpayer. About a third of the country’s repossessed homes, 248,000 of them, are own...
by Reale State Investing on Sep 21, 2011

Guess Who Owns All the Houses?

By Michael Lombardi, MBA So which bank owns the majority of those 800,000 homes repossessed during the credit crisis bust? Well, it’s not a bank. It’s the U.S. taxpayer. About a third of the country’s repossessed homes, 248,000 of them, are own...
by Reale State Investing on Sep 21, 2011


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