Protesters dressed in costumes personifying Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (background) look on as a fellow activist wearing a cardboard box painted to look like a house addresses a crowd of demonstrators at New York Citys Bryant Park on Sept. 12.
Protesters march down 42nd Street on their way to Freddie Macs Midtown Manhattan office during a demonstration on Sept. 12.
Activists form a human chain, blocking traffic on 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, during a Sept. 12 protest against foreclosure evictions and the Federal Housing Finance Agencys policy prohibiting Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac from offering principal reduction.
Francesca Garcia of Boston holds a sign during a rally at New York Citys Bryant Park as part of a demonstration on Sept. 12 calling on the government-sponsored enterprises to offer distressed borrowers principal reductions.
Deborah Nowell of Springfield, Mass. chants as she and fellow protestors march down Fifth Avenue near 42nd Street in Midtown Manhattan during a Sept. 12 protest against the FHFA and the GSEs.
An activist wearing a paper-mache mask caricaturizing FHFA Acting Director Edward DeMarco as a vampirewhom protesters referred to as Count Bankulapretends to sign a placard authorizing principal reductions outside Fannie Maes New York City office on Sept. 12.
Roline Burgison, of Providence, R.I., was one of the protesters who spoke to a Freddie Mac executive during the Sept. 12 demonstration.
Joan Spierou of Brockton, Mass. marches through Bryant Park during a Sept. 12 protest against the FHFA and the GSEs.
Protesters gather outside the entrance of Freddie Macs New York City office during a Sept. 12 demonstration to protest against foreclosure evictions and the Federal Housing Finance Agencys policy prohibiting Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac from offering principal reduction.
Costumed protesters representing an underwater home and personifications of Freddie mac and Fannie Mae participate in a demonstration in New York Citys Bryant Park on Sept. 12.
Chastity George of Lynn, Mass. reads a list of demands the protesters have for the FHFA and the GSEs outside Fannie Maes New York City office on Sept. 12.
Demonstrators march around a plaza outside Fannie Maes New York City office on Sept. 12 to protest the FHFA and GSEs.
Student housing and assisted/independent living centers were small portions of Freddie's multifamily securitizations prior to COVID, but Kroll noticed they've been missing in most rated deals since spring.
The accusations against Nutter Home Loans, like an earlier settlement with the Department of Housing and Urban Development, center on concerns related to FHA-insured reverse mortgages. The company "strongly disputes" them.