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Volume 2014 - Number 48

December 18, 2014

Downloads Available: 1-4 Family Mortgage Servicing Outstanding 2003-3Q14


Transfers of Ginnie Mae Servicing Rights Fell Sharply in FY 2014; A Lack of Mega Deals?

Ginnie Mae approved the transfer of $66.06 billion in mortgage servicing rights during fiscal year 2014, a 56.5 percent tumble from the prior year as “mega” MSR transactions hit the skids. In fiscal 2012, just $25.39 billion in Ginnie product changed hands, but the market heated up significantly with $152.22 billion transferred in 2013. As always, transfers can be...[Includes one data chart]

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