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July 7, 2014

Short Takes: Delinquencies Creep Into Shellpoint Deal / Freddie’s Latest Risk-Share Deal / Consumers Gaining Confidence on Housing but Fears Persist / GSE Group Up to 700 Members / Another Mortgage M&A Deal

By Brandon Ivey and and Sherry Muolo

As of May, only three of the loans were 30-days delinquent, with the other once-delinquent mortgages having returned to current status or paid off.

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