Mortgage Finance, Regulation & Reform
Testimony | November 3, 2011

Private Mortgage Market Investment Act

Subcommittee on Capital Markets and Government-Sponsored Enterprises, U.S. House of Representatives
Janneke Ratcliffe

The Private Mortgage Market Investment Act as drafted is a helpful starting point for negotiating those rules, but it must be seen as only a first step toward broader GSE reform.

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Summary

As Congress and the administration work to design a better system of housing finance for the future, it’s critical to make sure the rules of the game are laid out clearly and fairly before anyone can be expected to start playing again.

The Private Mortgage Market Investment Act as drafted is a helpful starting point for negotiating those rules, but it must be seen as only a first step toward broader reform of the government-sponsored enterprises.


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