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Freddie Mac Announces Q2 Results

Freddie Mac

On Tuesday, the GSE provided an update on how it fared during 2018’s second quarter, spotlighting “strong business revenues” and a “favorable litigation judgment.” Click through to learn all the details.

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The Rising Risk of Defaults in Refis

A recent report found that cash out refi loans at a higher risk of default than purchase loans. Click through to learn what’s causing refinance loans to have a higher stressed default rate.

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The Future of Credit Risk Transfers

raining money credit risk

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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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

GSE loans

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 Responds to Hensarling Critiques

Fannie mae

Rep. Jeb Hensarling, Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, said on Friday that the committee would be launching a full investigation into recent allegations in a Bloomberg report that high-ranking Fannie Mae employees were intentionally violating their government prohibition ...

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