The Issues

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.


1992: The issue of Fannie and Freddie becoming involved in the mortgage-backed securities began when the Congress, according to a speech by Ben Bernanke, “adopted the Federal Housing Enterprises Fin...

Read More

Legislative Overview

The Corker-Warner and Johnson-Crapo Approach View the Johnson-Crapo Housing Reform Bill Here Summary: S. 1217 abolishes the Federal Housing Finance Authority (FHFA) and establishes and transfers all...

Read More

Investor Rights

The U.S. taxpayers have been repaid for bailing out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The government currently receives 1:1 repayment of its investment in Fannie and Freddie, 100 percent all profits fr...

Read More