Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are relying more and more on their income from loan guarantee fees just at a time when their regulator is considering a proposal to reduce those fees.

Fannie's mortgage investment portfolio is shrinking and an increasing share of its revenue came from guarantee fees rather than interest earned on its investments, the secondary market agency's second-quarter 2014 earnings report showed.

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