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Restrictions on tribal lands can make lenders leery, which is why the Indian Home Loan Guarantee Program was created. By guaranteeing loans – more 42,000 totaling $7.2 billion – it gives mortgage lenders an incentive to lend.

The Navajo Nation Council voted unanimously Thursday to oppose a Trump administration draft plan that critics say could put income restrictions for the first time on applicants to the Indian Home Loan Guarantee Program. Read more»

A former loan officer and Tucson resident has been charged with fraud and making false statements on loan applications in a case involving $1.4 million in home loans. Read more»

A federal judge has approved a $25 billion settlement between the nation's five largest mortgage lenders and the attorneys general of 49 states and the District of Columbia over abuses in foreclosure processing. Read more»

The Pima County Housing Center is warning homeowners about potential scams related to February's $25 billion mortgage settlement. Read more»

Fannie Mae's headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Fannie Mae’s CEO Michael J. Williams stepped down from his position on Tuesday. He was appointed to the job in 2009 after the company was bailed out by the federal government. Read more»