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  • "If that were to come to pass, that would open the floodgates to highly excessive risk and would send us right back on the same path we were just trying to recover from," said Ed Pinto, a housing analyst at the American Enterprise Institute and former executive at Fannie Mae.

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  • Despite much political posturing over improperly assigned foreclosure documents, "robo" signatures and other irregularities that have surfaced in recent weeks, regulators want to prevent any "major, lasting" interruption of the steady stream of thousands of foreclosed houses going up for auction each week, said Ed Pinto, a mortgage analyst at the American Enterprise Institute and former chief credit officer at Fannie Mae.

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