DeMarco Shrinks Fannie-Freddie Without Help From CongressClea Benson and Emma Fidel
The man with power over more than half of U.S. mortgages lives in a 1961 brick split-level house. There’s a basketball hoop in the driveway and a green Subaru Outback in the carport. The homes on Edward J. DeMarco’s block are so close that neighbors see into each other’s windows.
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