3 Home Loan Banks In Partner Program

Kline, Alan
November 2000
American Banker;11/1/2000, Vol. 165 Issue 210, p12
Trade Publication
Reports that the United States Federal Housing Finance Board has granted the Home Loan Banks of Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Seattle formal permission to move forward with a program to buy home mortgages from member banks. Decision of the three home loan banks to develop their own version to retain more local control.


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