Recent Updates from the Investors Unite Blog

New Dial-In for Thursday’s 9:15am Teleconference
Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

We had more interest than we anticipated, so we have a new number for tomorrow’s teleconference to accommodate more lines.Please use the following number to join Thursday’s 9:15am call.  Dial:In:  866-952-1907; Conference ID: HERA

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Recent News

Freddie Mac: Mortgage rates fall to new lows
HousingWire - January 22, 2015

Fannie Mae: Economy pulls housing out of doldrums
HousingWire - January 22, 2015

Hensarling lays out his plans
The Hill - January 21, 2015

President Obama Signals Change On Fannie And Freddie Reform
Seeking Alpha - January 21, 2015

HUD Secretary: Getting a Mortgage Will Be a Bit Easier This Year
National Mortgage News - January 21, 2015

Fannie Mae: Lamberth Rules For Pershing v Treasury
ValueWalk - January 21, 2015

Government Looks to Stay Put in Mortgage Market
American Banker - January 21, 2015

Freddie Mac: Housing to get boost in 2015 but it won’t last
HousingWire - January 20, 2015

Low-income loans didn’t cause the financial crisis
CBS MoneyWatch - January 21, 2015

Fannie And Freddie Recapitalization Plan
Seeking Alpha - January 21, 2015

Real Reform for Fannie & Freddie

Current legislation needs to be amended in order for all investors – pensioners, community banks and individuals – to be repaid and create a solid platform for the mortgage market to thrive.

  1. Repayment of Pensioners, Community Banks and Individuals invested in Fannie and Freddie.
  2. Stricter lending standards and oversight of Fannie and Freddie.
  3. Affordable housing goals reinstated and upheld under stricter oversight.

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Investors Unite works to educate Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac shareholders and lawmakers of the importance of reforming the GSEs in a way that will reimburse shareholders what they are contractually and legally owed, but have not been paid.

Issue Background

The United States Congress is considering Government Sponsored Enterprise (GSE) reform that would wipe out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac shareholders for good. These shareholders include everyday Americans such as public service retirees, teachers, firefighters and police officers. These individuals and pension funds invested in the GSEs before, during, and after the conservatorship and should be made whole under any reform. Taxpayers have been repaid with interest for their 2008 bailout of the GSEs.

Our country’s respect for the rule of law demands that private property rights be protected and Investors Unite gives Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac shareholders a voice in that fight.