With bad loans, FHA reserves to dip under mandated level

The Federal Housing Administration is trying to untangle itself from thousands of bad loans it backed in 2007 and 2008, just as the housing market collapsed. The loans were extended to people with marginal credit by private firms but guaranteed by the government agency. The FHA is expected to report the projected value of its reserves has dipped beneath the federally mandated level.

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