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Freddie Mac Sells Third Non-Performing Loan Bundle of 2015

The deeply delinquent status of the loans, which are three years delinquent on average, indicates that the borrowers have already been evaluated for or are in some stage of loss mitigation, or are in some stage of foreclosure. Twenty-nine percent of the loans in the pool were loans that were modified that later became delinquent.

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Winners in Fannie Mae NPL Auction Announced

SW Sponsor, LLC, was the winning bidder for Pool No.1 , which included 710 loans with an aggregate UPB of $173.8 million; the winning bidder for Pool No. 2, which included 2,358 loans with an aggregate UPB of $587.9 million, was Neuberger Berman Fixed Income Funds’ affiliate PRMF Acquisition LLC.

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FHFA Updates Mortgage-Backed Security Structure Initiative

According to the FHFA, the initial goal was to assist in building a Common Securitization Platform (CSP) and support the statutory obligation to ensure the liquidity of the nation’s housing finance markets issued by the FHFA. Taxpayers would also not have to suffer the cost of subsidizing Freddie Mac’s securitization of single-family mortgage loans with the Single Security.

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Agency MSR Deal Worth $45 Billion Finalized Between Chase, Ocwen

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Ocwen first announced on March 2 it had signed a letter of intent to sell the the $45 billion portfolio, which includes about 266,000 high-quality Fannie Mae loans, to an anonymous buyer. Media reports that surfaced later that week indicated that the buyer was Chase, which was confirmed on Thursday by both parties in the transaction. For Chase, purchasing the high-quality Agency loans is consistent with the New York-based bank's strategy of enhancing the quality of its mortgage business.

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