While some secondary mortgage market analysts think Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will reach the 1993 low-income and central city lending goals set by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the two secondary market giants want to scan the field before they talk about the game.

The goals, handed to both agencies last week, require Fannie Mae to ensure that 30% of its 1993 business is directed toward low- and moderate-income lending, while 28% goes for providing loans in central cities.

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