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The Future of Credit Risk Transfers

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Rising interest rates and declining volumes leave the GSEs with little room to expand their credit risk transfer transactions. However, CRTs may have room to grow elsewhere in the market.

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Fannie Mae Recognizes Innovative Ideas

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Out of hundreds of hopefuls, three proposals made the cut in phase one of Fannie Mae’s $10M Innovation Challenge, targeted at tackling affordability issues in the housing realm. Is one of these inventive ideas headed to your neck of the woods?

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Mortgage Servicing Industry Braces for Next Disaster

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With natural disasters causing more than $300 billion in damages last year, the industry is looking ahead to whatever comes next. This July, a Disaster Preparedness Summit will work to establish a game plan for responding swiftly and efficiently to future disasters.

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Redirecting Default Risk Away From Taxpayers

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Two industry experts talk GSEs, CRTs, and guarantee fees and why shifting mortgage default risk from taxpayers to investors is a very good thing, including helping shield taxpayers from a dire financial crisis more onerous than ’08.

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FHFA Addresses GSEs’ Slimdown

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Just how many non-performing loans have the GSEs sold off in their ongoing drive to shift credit risk into the private sector? Here's what the FHFA had to say.

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Fannie Mae Celebrates LGBT Pride Month

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Coinciding with Pride Month, Fannie Mae has released a video on what it means to be an ally for the LGBT community. Click through to learn more about the significance of this month and see what the GSE had to say about it.

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