Consumers may see little change in the ultimate cost of Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac loans despite a restructuring of certain loan fees announced Friday by the Federal Housing Finance Agency.

As expected, the regulator of the two government-sponsored enterprises is eliminating a 25-basis-point adverse market fee that the companies imposed on all new borrowers in 2008 when housing prices were rapidly falling.

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