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Volume 7 - Number 2

January 17, 2014

DASP Sales Boost Recoveries to FHA Fund

The Department of Housing and Urban Development sold 62,062 distressed loans in 2013 through its expanded Distressed Asset Stabilization Program (DASP) to increase recoveries to FHA’s Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund. HUD made 10 offerings of nonperforming FHA-insured loans in a series of quarterly competitive auctions last year, participated in by pre-qualified bidders, including nonprofit organizations. The defaulted single-family mortgages were provided by FHA-approved loan servicers and sold through large national pools and “neighborhood stabilization outcome” pools. The NSO pools consist of loans in ...

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