Why not use Fannie and Freddie?

I don’t understand the lack of imagination in DC. All the politicians have to do is tell the banks to lower their variable rate mortgage loans on the books to 4% right now, today or else and it is like $600-$750 billion of stimulus. With short rates as zero it’s the least the banks can do.

That probably offends the free market sensibilities of many of our readers, so here’s an alternative approach: Why not Fannie and Freddie, which are now de facto arms of the US government?

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I don’t understand the lack of imagination in DC. All the politicians have to do is tell the banks to lower their variable rate mortgage loans on the books to 4% right now, today or else and it is like $600-$750 billion of stimulus. With short rates as zero it’s the least the banks can do.
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That probably offends the free market sensibilities of many of our readers, so here’s an alternative approach: Why not Fannie and Freddie, which are now de facto arms of the US government?

I don’t understand the lack of imagination in DC. All the politicians have to do is tell the banks to lower their variable rate mortgage loans on the books to 4% right now, today or else and it is like $600-$750 billion of stimulus. With short rates as zero it’s the least the banks can do.
That probably offends the free market sensibilities of many of our readers, so here’s an alternative approach: Why not Fannie and Freddie, which are now de facto arms of the US government?

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