SAN DIEGO - In a bid to boost the use of its automated underwriting system, Fannie Mae announced that loans approved by the system would be made more quickly and with fewer documents.

For the lowest-risk loans, a borrower need provide as little as a recent pay stub and bank statement with the application to obtain a mortgage, the agency's vice chairman, Frank Raines, announced at the annual Mortgage Bankers Association convention here.

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