Ruth Simon

Senior Special Writer at The Wall Street Journal

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Fannie Mae ,  Freddie Mac  and a lot of big mortgage banks have quietly ended their moratoriums on home foreclosures.

Is a Wave of Foreclosures Heading Our Way?

Fannie Mae , Freddie Mac and a lot of big mortgage banks have quietly ended their moratoriums on home foreclosures.

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Fannie Mae,   Freddie Mack  and a lot of big mortgage banks have quietly ended their moratoriums on home foreclosures.

Is a Wave of Foreclosures Heading Our Way?

Fannie Mae, Freddie Mack and a lot of big mortgage banks have quietly ended their moratoriums on home foreclosures.

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