Mark Calabria
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Any forecast of housing activity is going to have some error. So the numbers above are likely off, in one direction or another. The point is a surcharge on the purchases made by these Government-Sponsored Enterprises can kill two birds with one stone: getting the taxpayers’ money back and reducing the GSEs’ footprint in the mortgage market.

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Mark Calabria

Mark A. Calabria, is director of financial regulation studies at the Cato Institute.