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A special presentation of Architecture magazine's awards for residential architecture.
Small loans were a popular product type for Fannie Mae borrowers in 2005, and the government-sponsored enterprise (GSE) predicted it would continue to be a growth area in 2006.
Freddie Mac executives are looking to maintain their momentum in 2006 after turning in a record year for financing multifamily housing in 2005.
When the final accounting was completed and penalties assessed, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae both managed to beat their 2004 goals for funding mortgages for low-income housing and underserved areas.
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