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    It’s been quite a year for Michael Berman.

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  • People

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  • Survival of the Fittest

    LIKE RIVAL GAS STATIONS ON opposite corners, the price wars between Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae continue to benefit customers, with each agency picking its spots to steal market share from the other.

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  • Turning Away from Fannie Mae

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