WASHINGTON, DC-The acting director of the Federal HousingFinance Agency, Edward DeMarco expressed doubts over the continualsupport of the Obama administration's housing plan, which plays animportant role in assisting borrowers get mortgage loans.

The government's proposal to change the country's housingpolicy, which is expected to be released by January 2011, is alsounder severe criticism. The economists and government officialshave said the government should give guarantee to investors whoinvest money in home loans. For the full story, go toBoston Globe.

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