From his perch as acting director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, DeMarco oversees Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the government-owned mortgage behemoths that collectively control about half of all home loans in the land. What he does shapes both the national housing market and the ability of troubled borrowers to hang on to their homes. What he has been doing lately has been so unhelpful that Democratic lawmakers and grassroots advocacy groups are properly demanding his ouster.
Monday, March 12, 2012
Peter S. Goodman, Business Editor @ Huffington Post:
Washington Monthly looks at the glass, not brimming over, but at least half full - which is better than other administration in my memory. HERE