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In its statement addressing “misconceptions” about the new rule, the Federal Housing Finance Agency said that “higher-credit-score borrowers are not being charged more so that lower-credit-score borrowers can pay less,” and stressed that “the updated fees, as was true of the prior fees, generally increase as credit scores decrease for any given level of down payment.”

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