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        IMF warns about new mortgage crisis risks in USA

        The International Monetary Fund (IMF) claims that a decade after the subprime mortgage meltdown in the USA, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the two government sponsored enterprises providing infrastructure support for the US housing market, are still dogged by problems. Growing profits of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the increasing market shares of temporary GSE substitutes, lower mortgage affordability for younger Americans and a number of other issues have led the IMF to believe that new risks keep building up and a new mortgage downturn might be in the making. The IMF therefore urges the US Government to merge the two firms, ease regulatory requirements for the housing market and open the market for US banks.

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        AHML sets first ever single-digit interest rate on mortgage loans

        AHML has cut its mortgage loan interest rates by 0.75–1 pp bringing the basic rate down to 9.75% p.a. It is the third time this year that the Agency has reduced its rates setting the first ever single-digit interest rate for a wide range of borrowers. The AHML rates are among the lowest offered by the key players in the mortgage market.

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