INDIANAPOLIS - Three more Federal Home Loan banks have received approval to buy home mortgages from member banks.

The Home Loan Banks of Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and Seattle, which had refused to join a secondary mortgage program founded by the Home Loan Bank of Chicago, announced Tuesday that the Federal Housing Finance Board has granted them formal permission to move forward with a program of their own. The Mortgage Partnership Program has been operating as a pilot test for several months.

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