23 J. Affordable Hous. & Cmty. Dev. L. i (2014-2015)

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                                   Journal of

      ON Affordable Housing

                      & Community Development Law

                      VOLUME 23, NUMBER 1
                              2014

From the Editor-in-Chief
   The Future of the Federal Role in Housing Finance
   Jam es  J. K elly, Jr  ....................................................................................................... 1
Heard from HUD
   RADical Changes at H     U D  .............................................................................  5
Articles
   Bringing the GSEs Back In?: Bailouts, U.S. Housing Policy,
   and the Moral Case for Fannie Mae
   R ichard  B oyd  ....................................................................................................  11
   Contracts for Deed: Charting Risks and New Paths for Advocacy
   Heather K. Way   and  Lucy  W ood .....................................................................   37
   Balancing Risk and Opportunity: The Status and Future
   of FHA's Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund Following
   the Mortgage Crisis
   Sierra  Sterling  ..................................................................................................  49
   Determining the Sweet Spot for the Federal Government in
   Residential Mortgage Finance
   A lyssa  Baskam   ..................................................................................................  85
   Resident Health and HUD's Choice Neighborhoods Initiative
   Jonathan  J. Sheffield, Jr. ........................................................................................ 117

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