GSEs expected to unload delinquent loans after Treasury change

Every month Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are paying bondholders about $1 billion to cover seriously delinquent homeowners. guaranteeing timely payments on mortgage bonds is, of course, the government-sponsored enterprises’ main business.

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Yet, nearly eight years after investors shunned their debt, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac remain in federal conservatorship. And there is no end in sight to the government’s dominant role in housing finance: securitizations by the GSEs and federal agencies still accounted for nearly 70% of originations in 2015 (with qualifying loan-to-value.

Analysts expect Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to begin unloading more distressed mortgages from their portfolios after the treasury department accelerated their wind down. Both government-sponsored enterprises will now be required to cut their retained portfolios by 15% annually over the next several years until hitting $250 billion.

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On November 17, the FHFA and GSEs announced a number of changes. First, for loans liquidated on or after November 1, 2014, the timelines in 47 states were recalibrated so only 40 percent of loans in. The changes, however, clearly will come at a cost to the GSEs, and possibly to servicers; both GSEs have already either applied for Treasury funds.

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Analysts expect Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to begin unloading more distressed mortgages from their portfolios after the Treasury Department accelerated their wind down.

Guaranteeing timely payments on mortgage bonds is, of course, the government-sponsored enterprises’ main business. But once a loan has been delinquent for four months Fannie and Freddie can buy it out of the pool and stop advancing unpaid interest to investors.

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