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Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae stocks delisted from NYSE, losses grow

Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, the key sources of funding that have kept lending to home buyers from completely drying up, were ordered by the government to cease trading their shares on the New York Stock Exchange to abide by NYSE delisting rules. Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae stocks, which have already lost nearly all
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South Carolina House overturns veto of payday loan bill

On June 7, South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford issued a veto of H.3790, a payday loan bill that would have extended the payment term of the standard loans to an untenable 120 days or more while still requiring the same fees. Furthermore, H.3790 would have eliminated unsecured loans in South Carolina and outlawed the common
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Walking away | The basics of strategic default

Strategic defaults — when a mortgage borrower decides to pick up and just walk away from their mortgage, even though they can pay it — are increasing. About 31 percent of mortgage foreclosures were estimated to be “strategic” in March of 2010. Strategic defaults can, more than ever, be an option for borrowers whose mortgages