The U.S. Congress is scheduled to return to Washington early next week, and housing issues are likely to remain a front-burner issue.

Housing policy changes discussed in the U.S. House, the Senate, and the Obama administration in recent months have ranged from almost completely privatizing the housing finance system, limiting the government's intervention in the mortgage market to times of financial distress, and using a system of reinsurance to backstop private mortgage guarantors to a targeted range of mortgages.  Read More


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