Posts Tagged ‘sub-prime mortgage bubble’


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Bouncing Checks Fallout of Foreclosure Crisis


Monday April 22nd, 2013   •   Posted by K. Lloyd Billingsley at 9:00am PDT   •   4 Comments

After the mortgage crisis left many homeowners in foreclosure, the federal government cut a $3.6 billion settlement with banks accused of wrongful evictions and such. But now those settlement checks are being returned for “insufficient funds.” As the New York Times noted, the government chose Rust Consulting to distribute the checks. But Rust failed…
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Fannie Mae Seeks $8.5 Billion More in Taxpayer Bailouts


Friday May 6th, 2011   •   Posted by David Theroux at 6:00pm PDT   •   3 Comments

Corbett Daly at Reuters reports that having lost another $8.7 billion in the first quarter of 2011, Fannie Mae is now seeking another $8.5 billion in bailout funding from taxpayers, in addition to the $100 billion already received since Barack Obama became president. Mortgage finance giant Fannie Mae on Friday said it would ask…
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Obama’s Bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac: $153 Billion and Counting


Saturday February 12th, 2011   •   Posted by David Theroux at 1:15pm PST   •   4 Comments

Central to the federal government’s creation of the sub-prime mortgage bubble and the subsequent economic collapse and recession, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (“government-sponsored enterprises” or GSEs) are now the target of a massive new bailout by the Obama administration of $153 billion and counting, all in the name of winding these agencies down….
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