Emergency Home Finance Act of 1970

 

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Emergency Home Finance Act of 1970

The federal legislation creating the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, a partially government-run program initiated to stimulate the development of a secondary mortgage market and expand mortgages available to veterans and other groups.



Emergency Home Finance Act of 1970

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