Ailing U.S. mortgage agency needs stronger walls
The Federal Housing Administration is $16 bln in the red. Now a bipartisan group of senators is trying to boost the agency’s capital and oversight. Their bill, though, doesn’t go far enough. Without more robust rules on lending standards, the FHA will remain a fixer-upper.
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