WASHINGTON — Members of Congress have asked the Federal Housing Finance Agency to consider allowing a pilot program for Property Assessed Clean Energy bonds that would allow for the gathering of data on how the programs affect home loans, a point of concern for the regulator.

The FHFA — which regulates Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and effectively brought PACE programs around the nation to a halt earlier this month — has yet to respond to the proposal for a 30-month, 300,000-home pilot, and agency officials declined to comment on it yesterday.

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