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  1. FHLB Dallas and Wells Fargo Award $1.5M to Foundation Communities
    Business Wire | 01/14/22 10:48 AM EST

    AHP Funds Will Offset Costs to Build Two Austin Apartments. The Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas and Wells Fargo awarded $1.5 million via two Affordable Housing Program subsidies for affordable rental developments in the works in Austin, Texas. This press release features multimedia.

  2. Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas Announces 2022 Advisory Council Members
    Business Wire | 01/14/22 09:00 AM EST

    The Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas is pleased to announce the appointment of four new members of its Affordable Housing Advisory Council and one reappointment.

  3. KBRA Assigns Preliminary Ratings to Freddie Mac?s STACR 2022-DNA1
    Business Wire | 01/13/22 04:33 PM EST

    KBRA assigns preliminary ratings to 34 classes from Freddie Mac Structured Agency Credit Risk REMIC 2022 DNA1 Notes, Freddie Mac STACR REMIC Trust 2022-DNA1, a credit risk sharing transaction with a total note offering of $1,353,000,000.

  4. Sallie Mae to Release Fourth-Quarter and Full-Year 2021 Financial Results on Jan. 26
    Business Wire | 01/12/22 04:30 PM EST

    Webcast and Conference Call Scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 27, at 8 a.m. ET Sallie Mae? will release fourth-quarter and full-year 2021 financial results after market close on Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022. A live audio webcast and presentation slides will be available at and the hosting website on Thursday, Jan. 27, 2022, at 8 a.m. ET.

  5. KBRA Assigns Preliminary Ratings to FREMF 2022-K137 and Freddie Mac Structured Pass-Through Certificate Series K-137
    Business Wire | 01/11/22 12:51 PM EST

    KBRA is pleased to announce the assignment of preliminary ratings to four classes of FREMF Series 2022-K137 mortgage pass-through certificates and three classes of Freddie-Mac structured pass-through certificates, Series K-137. The underlying transaction is collateralized by 42 fixed-rate multifamily mortgage loans.

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