its manufactured-housing inventory available to lower-income Mississippi families through that state's housing finance agency. Under a recent agreement, the Mississippi Home Corp. will purchase the units and sell them in turn to nonprofit organizations. The groups will repair the homes and use them in low-income housing programs throughout the state. "We want to do all we can to assist in making affordable homeownership a real option for all American families," said Ginnie Mae president Dwight Robinson in a statement.

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