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FHA-eligible mortgages that are not insured and that are sold either to a government-sponsored enterprise or to a nonaffiliated depository institution are more likely to be mortgages of higher-income or white or Asian borrowers.
The Student Loan Marketing Association (SLMA), a secondary market for student loans, is a government-sponsored enterprise (GSE) created under a 1972 congressional charter.
Founded in 1972 as a government-sponsored enterprise (GSE), the Student Loan Marketing Association, the company began the privatization process in 1997.
HUD's primary concern is whether the GSEs' investment activities are consistent with their charter authorities and public purposes, and whether each is using the profits it derives as a government-sponsored enterprise for the purposes intended.
Devolites to the board of directors of the Student Loan Marketing Association (SLMA), the wholly owned government-sponsored enterprise (GSE) subsidiary of Sallie Mae.
Although NCB is a government-sponsored enterprise (GSE), its ratings do not receive much benefit from its government charter.
THE OFFICE OF FEDERAL HOUSING ENTERprise Oversight (OFHEO) announced an agreement with Freddie Mac in which the government-sponsored enterprise (GSE) will actively cooperate with the agency in its investigation of Freddie's former top officers.
5 billion, FHLBank Pittsburgh, a government-sponsored enterprise created by Congress in 1932, serves approximately 335 members across its three-state district.
Under his leadership, Sallie Mae became the first government-sponsored enterprise to relinquish its federal charter in return for full independence.
Because of the Home Loan Banks' status as a government-sponsored enterprise, these new funds are more affordable for community banks than what they could access on Wall Street is even an option.
The government-sponsored enterprise has returned its charter to Congress and all remaining debt has been defeased.
They included anti-abusive lending, government-sponsored enterprise (GSE) oversight reform, terrorism insurance, Federal Housing Administration (FHA) empowerment and the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) rule.

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