About Inside the GSEs
The GSEs are simply too big to ignore. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac currently account for about two thirds of new MBS issuance.
Lawmakers and regulators are planning a major overhaul of the GSEs and the whole finance system, which will present both challenges and opportunities for savvy business people.
Whether you are selling mortgages to the GSEs, investing in their MBS, or analyzing them, your job and your business are dependent on these government-sponsored enterprises.
Keeping up with the latest GSE developments and trends is crucial these days. And the best way to stay on top of the GSEs is to rely on the Inside The GSEs newsletter. Every two weeks youll get in-depth coverage of GSE business, regulators, market share, investments, products and people, as well as in-depth news about ongoing controversies and dealings with legislators. I guarantee you wont miss anythingincluding unique GSE data.
Exclusive Mortgage Data in Every Issue of Inside The GSEs:
- Ranking of top sellers to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
- Analysis of GSE Earnings, including G-fees, credit and competitive dynamics between the two organizations.
- Demographic patterns in loan purchases, portfolio trends and more.
- GSE production by state, top users of FHLBank advances, Fannie/Freddie debt activity, FHLBank MBS investments, GSE market share and more!
Inside The GSEs is brought to you by a company that has tracked the GSEs for more than 20 years. You can depend on our industry experts to help you understand whats really going on at the GSEs including their finances, products, people, political activity as well as their critics and controversies.
Inside The GSEs is published biweekly, 25 times a year. Est. 2002.
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- GSE Market Profile: FY12
- GSE Private Mortgage Insurance Profile
Most Popular Stories
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- Fed Begins Taper But its Agency MBS Footprint Might Actually Increase