Buyer Education Programs Liked In Theory, Not In Practice

April 4, 2017 brianhonea

Fannie Mae looked into the efficacy of early education for borrowers and buyers and found underwhelming results. While buyers, agents, and lenders like the programs in theory, the reality is that all see the programs as cumbersome. The GSE recommended retooling the programs, but not abandoning them.

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