Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have begun modifying loans for a group of borrowers too well off to qualify for the Obama administration's program.

These homeowners' mortgage bills have been eating up less than 31% of their incomes, the minimum debt burden to receive a permanent change in loan terms under the Home Affordable Modification Program. In some cases, the borrowers' mortgage debt to income was as low as 20%.

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