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Volume 2014 - Number 4

February 14, 2014

Parkside Sees Rewards in Non-QMs

There are pockets in the jumbo market that offer lenders attractive yields, if they are willing to take on the risk of originating loans that don’t meet qualified-mortgage requirements, according to Matthew Ostrander, CEO of Parkside Lending. The lender recently launched Parkside Mortgage Trust, a real estate investment trust that will purchase non-agency loans originated by Parkside. “Parkside’s analytics of loan performance and product development has been many years in the making to ensure our ...

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