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Jun

OIG to Audit Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac REO Servicing

The Office of the Inspector General for the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA-OIG) has announced it is going to perform an expansive audit of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac that targets the sale and management of REOs (Real Estate Owned, aka foreclosed properties).

The importance of such an audit cannot be overstated: the Fannie and Freddie have more than 173,000 foreclosed homes in their inventory as of the end of the first quarter of 2012. Although that is less than the 218,000 they hold the prior year, it is sufficient volume that FHFA will be making a determination as to whether the housing giants are maximizing the recovery of the properties and at the same time, minimizing the economic impact to surrounding neighbors, including, presumably, blight.

Read the original article in HousingWire. A copy of the FHFA‘s white paper can be read by clicking here.

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