The latest news on Fannie Mae
Political and economic uncertainty will likely keep the lid on any housing recovery in 2012.
Romney campaign connects Gingrich profits to Floridians' housing woes
It’s clear that some type of reform is in the works. But what will this reform look like?
If things go right, 2012 could signal the beginning of the end of a four-year economic slump.
Experts say housing is a huge factor holding back the economic recovery, but where does Gingrich stand?
FreedomWorks puts final touches on $9 trillion in cuts.
S&P downgraded the credit ratings of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and other agencies linked to U.S. debt.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac back more than 90 percent of home loans today, but do we need them to?
It’s popular to hate the wayward mortgage agencies, but they’re keeping the housing market alive.
Housing-finance reform is inevitable, and it could transform the way families manage their money.