WASHINGTON -- Lenders expect Ginnie Mae's proposed Remic program to slightly reduce the cost of Federal Housing Administration and Veterans Administration home loans.

William R. Godfrey, senior vice president of All Pacific Mortgage Co., estimated that the Remic -- the acronym stands for real estate mortgage investment conduit -- would cut the discount points that borrowers pay on government loans by a quarter of a point.

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