U.S. regulator opens door wider for Americans on mortgages
By Margaret Chadbourn
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The regulator of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac laid out plans for the government-run companies on Tuesday that could make it easier for Americans to obtain mortgages, marking a sharp departure from a predecessor who wanted to aggressively shrink their role in the housing finance market.
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