What Is the Difference Between FNMA, Freddie Mac & GNMA?

Answer Freddie Mac, FNMA and GNMA are all mortgage agencies established by the federal government. The Federal National Mortgage Association -- FNMA -- is commonly referred to as Fannie Mae, and the Gover... Read More »

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What is the difference between a Freddie Mac& an FHA mortgage?

Conventional mortgages are purchased by Freddie Mac once the loan is closed by a local lender. An FHA mortgage is insured by the Federal Housing Administration. Each type of mortgage has different ... Read More »

What happened in the icarly episode idate between Sam and Freddie?

They kissed and Carly saw and was sad because she likes Freddy as well.

Why on icarly when gibby asks Freddie what kind of food do you have at a karma party why does Freddie say just desserts?

It's a saying. It's means: A punishment or reward that is considered to be what the recipient deserved.It may appear that they're getting ahead by cheating, but they'll get their just deserts in th... Read More »

What Is a GNMA Fund?

A GNMA bond fund invests in government-backed mortgage securities. This means the fund only buys bonds issued by the Government National Mortgage Association, whose objective is to ensure that the ... Read More »