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Suit against Isaac Kassirer raises questions over Fannie and Freddie’s increased lending on NYC multifamily

More known for backing single-family loans, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have seen their involvement in rental mortgages grow dramatically since 2008. Though the agencies aim to promote affordable housing with cheap, government-backed loans, critics say these loans can have the opposite effect.

While housing advocates mostly agree that Fannie and Freddie loans for affordable housing and in rural areas have benefited renters significantly, their financing of market-rate apartments in major cities can end up attracting investors to gentrifying neighborhoods and increasing rents.

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Boulder City Council shows support for pilot program to aid middle-income homebuyers

With housing prices remaining out of reach for many, Boulder is moving ahead with exploration of a pilot program to help middle-income workers and residents buy homes in the city.

The idea began with a 2016 white paper by councilmen Sam Weaver and Bob Yates and continued with city staff research. Council members on Tuesday provided feedback about what further work they would like to see on developing the pilot program.

Yates and Weaver initially proposed using the city's bonding capability to create a pool of funds to assist middle-income homebuyers, but have since zeroed in on the idea of using a loan-loss reserve fund rather than the city directly lending money.

"We can do a much better job of preserving funding for lower-income housing assistance, which is typically cash-based, if we do the loan-loss reserve program," Weaver said.

In their original example, Yates and Weaver envisioned that if a buyer qualifies for a $400,000 mortgage and has a $60,000 down payment to buy a $600,000 home, the city would provide the remaining $140,000, or 23 percent, of the purchase price. The city would then receive a 23 percent share in the equity ownership of the home. When the home is sold, the city would receive both its principal and its share of the appreciation, but the appreciation would be capped at a certain percentage, for example 4 percent, to keep the resale price affordable.

Simple Interest Question?

Please I need help with this question

Martha lent Aaron money 3 years ago at a simple interest rate of 14%. He repaid her in full plus interest of $399. How much did she lend him 3 years ago?

P = principal
I = interest earned annually

Want P + 3I = 399

Also, we know that I = 0.14P

So, P + 3(0.14)P = 399

1.42 P = 399

P = 399 / 1.