Freddie Mac, after being criticized by the Inspector General’s office of its regulator, has improved its mortgage buyback reviews and could recoup an additional $3.4 billion in damages, according to a new report.

The cash will come to the GSE from its seller/servicers — mortgage lenders that sold (now problematic) mortgages during the years 2005-2007 into the secondary market.

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