WASHINGTON – A proposal by Fannie Mae to lower the cost of force placed homeowners’ insurance policies has been rejected by the Federal Housing Finance Agency, the regulator for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Force placed insurance is designed to protect lenders and mortgage investors when homeowners stop paying policy premiums. It typically is selected by lenders and billed to borrowers.

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