A government-sponsored enterprise (GSE) is a financial services corporation
created by the ... Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the two most prominent GSEs,
purchase mortgages and package them into .... ...
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) —
i.e., private companies sponsored by the government — in the U.S. home ...
Originating banks have to follow certain rules and guidelines (e.g., at least 20%
Freddie Mac (the Government-Sponsored Enterprises or “GSEs”) into
conservatorship. ... and into making the market in subprime loans (e.g., Rajan (
2010)). ..... characteristic – i.e. high LTV loans made to borrowers of poor credit
quality – was ...
Congress created government-sponsored enterprises to help make credit reliably
available ... Mae), and Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac);
and two promote .... For example, no equity capital is required for risks associated
with ..... tors when the need for funds was the greatest-i.e., when the economy.
The topic of Government Sponsored Enterprise (GSE) privatization is at least 2
decades ... 3 HUD User, Studies on Privatizing Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac,
May 1996 .... traded at liquidation value with no value accorded to the franchise (
i.e., .... benefits of GSE status (e.g., securities and tax exemptions) upon
Oct 11, 2005 ... no means for effectuating a reorganization8 (i.e., a modification of ... Fannie and
Freddie are “government-sponsored enterprises” (GSEs): ... See generally, e.g.,
Richard W. Bartke, Fannie Mae and the Secondary Mortgage ...
This raises principal/agent problems, i.e., the agent, who is supposed to act ....
The subsidy content of support (e.g., from under-priced and/or poorly .... Like
Fannie Mae, it is a private, government-sponsored enterprise, and it too is off
Government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) are financing ... Loan Banks, Freddie
Mac, Fannie Mae, Federal. Farm Credit ... government agencies (e.g., Ginnie
Mae) whose securities have .... may be called only in whole (i.e., the entire
The major government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) are beginning to compete
with one ... For example, homebuyers and students have access to an
increasingly .... conforming mortgages, i.e., those eligible for purchase by Fannie
May 8, 2010 ... Will Government Sponsored Enterprises be the next Financial Crisis? (
HarperCollins ... See, e.g., 12 U.S.C. § 4617 (2008) (prescribing the terms of
conservatorship of ... five GSEs: Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, the Federal Home
Loan .... purchasing subprime mortgages (i.e., those with borrowers who failed to