Obama seeks comments from pubilc on housing reforms

Obama seeks input on housing reforms
Obama seeks input on housing reforms

If you're itching to get your two cents in on the future of the housing financial system -- and who isn't? -- now's your chance.

The Obama Administration has released questions for public comment about Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the overall role of the federal government in housing policy, among other issues.

Who gets to chime in? Market participants, industry groups, academic experts and consumer and community organizations. The questions will be published in a Federal Register notice requesting public comments, which also will detail how to submit comments.