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Housefull 2, sometimes called Housefull 2: The Dirty Dozen, is an 2012 Indian Hindi-language action comedy film written and directed by Sajid Khan. Brothers Sajid Samji and Farhad Samji co-wrote the film under their duo Sajid-Farhad, based on a story by Sajid Nadiadwala. Produced by Nadiadwala under Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment and distributed by Eros International, it is the second installment of Housefull franchise and a standalone sequel to Housefull (2010), and also an uncredited remake of the 1998 Malayalam film Mattupetti Machan.




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Though the film was initially expected to release on 1 June 2012, it was announced on 30 September 2011 that the film would be releasing on 5 April 2012. The film had an earlier release in the UK on 31 March 2012 due to the Easter holidays. Housefull 2 got a 2700-screen release, the fourth largest release in the history of Indian cinema, behind Ra.One, Bodyguard and Don 2 and India's biggest release of 2012.[8] Housefull 2 was screened in 1,027 UFO digital theatres on the first day when it released.[9]


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Members of the 112th Congress have introduced multiple bills that would reduce mortgage principal on certain loans. These include H.R. 1587, the Home Foreclosure Reduction Act of 2011 (Representative John Conyers et al.); H.R. 3841, the Principal Reduction Act of 2012 (Representative Maxine Waters et al.); H.R. 4058, the Bankruptcy Equity Act of 2012 (Representative Earl Blumenauer et al.); and S. 2093, the Preserving American Homeownership Act of 2012 (Senator Robert Menendez). Principal reduction is also a component of a settlement reached between several mortgage servicers and 49 state attorneys general and the federal government. The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), the regulator and conservator of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, decided against allowing the enterprises to reduce principal for mortgages that they guarantee. All of these initiatives are discussed more fully in "Principal Reduction" below.


In his 2012 State of the Union address, President Obama proposed streamlining the existing program to refinance Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loans and establishing a new mass refinancing plan for non-Fannie Mae and non-Freddie Mac loans. Congressional proposals for large-scale refinancing in the 112th Congress include H.R. 363, the Housing Opportunity and Mortgage Equity Act of 2011 (Representative Dennis Cardoza et al.); S. 170, the Helping Responsible Homeowners Act (Senator Barbara Boxer et al.); and S. 3085, the Responsible Homeowner Refinancing Act (Senator Robert Menendez et al.). These proposals are discussed more fully in "Large-Scale Refinancing" below.


FHFA has started a pilot project to convert GSE foreclosed homes into rentals. Congressional proposals in the 112th Congress to allow for renting foreclosed properties include H.R. 1548, the Right to Rent Act of 2011 (Representative Raúl Grijalva et al.); H.R. 2636, the Neighborhood Preservation Act of 2011 (Representative Gary Miller et al.); and S. 2080, the Keeping Families in their Home Act of 2012 (Senator Dean Heller). These initiatives are discussed more fully in "Renting Foreclosed Homes" below.


First, Goodman noted that FHFA used the NPV model, a hypothetical model, in its January analysis and suggested that actual HAMP data had not been used to the fullest extent possible.45 FHFA's July 2012 analysis, however, continues to rely on the NPV model. If the GSEs implemented the HAMP PRA, the NPV model would likely be used as part of the program. FHFA therefore decided to use the NPV model in its analysis. The NPV model is "updated over time as more information becomes available" about the performance of the modifications, especially regarding re-default rates.46 Because HAMP results are used to calibrate the NPV model and FHFA used the NPV model in its analysis, HAMP results were used indirectly by FHFA in its analysis. FHFA used HAMP results directly in other instances, such as using its observed transition rate of current borrowers into delinquent borrowers.47


Insufficient home equity is a significant barrier to refinancing. Traditionally, lenders' underwriting standards require borrowers to have at least 20% positive equity in their home to refinance.67 If a borrower's home is valued at $200,000 and the borrower owes $160,000 or less on the mortgage (LTV below 80%), then the borrower is potentially eligible to refinance at a bank, credit union, or other traditional avenue. A financial institution that is refinancing a mortgage wants a borrower to have positive equity in the home to protect the value of the collateral in the event house prices fall. If a borrower has little or no equity in the home and house prices fall, then should the borrower default, the financial institution could not recover the full value of its loan by selling the house.


Source: Data from the Federal Reserve System, Flow of Funds Accounts of the United States, Fourth 2011, Table L. 210, at Chart modeled off of Joseph Tracy and Joshua Wright, Why Mortgage Refinancing Is Not a Zero-Sum Game, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, January 11, 2012, at -mortgage-refinancing-is-not-a-zero-sum-game.html.


The argument related to principal reduction potentially increasing consumer spending is modeled off of similar analysis for mortgage refinances; see Joseph Tracy and Joshua Wright, Why Mortgage Refinancing Is Not a Zero-Sum Game, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, January 11, 2012, at -mortgage-refinancing-is-not-a-zero-sum-game.html.


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