Citing increased demand from lenders, the government on Wednesday expanded a controversial mortgage program offered by the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago.

The Federal Housing Finance Board voted to let all 12 regional Home Loan banks participate in the pilot program, dubbed Mortgage Partnership Finance. The program is designed to give lenders an alternative to selling mortgages in the secondary market.

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