Goldman Sachs is set to issue a non-agency mortgage-backed security stacked with jumbo loans eligible for sale to the government-sponsored enterprises. The deal will mark the bank’s return to the prime non-agency MBS market. The deal size is $230.60 million, according to presale reports published last week by DBRS and Moody’s Investors Service.
An affiliate of Oaktree Capital Management is set to issue its first mortgage-backed security with non-qualified loans. The $268.16 million issuance includes loans from two prominent lenders who haven’t been large players in the non-QM MBS market recently.
Records are falling like dominoes in the nonprime mortgage-backed security market. Verus Mortgage Capital last week issued a $664.09 million deal — breaking a volume record set by Angel Oak Companies a month ago.
Mortgage-backed securities with non-qualified mortgages look attractive to some real estate investment trusts. PennyMac Mortgage Investment Trust plans to join other REITs issuing non-QM MBS while officials at Chimera Investment said the firm is considering buying non-QM MBS from other issuers.
Seer Capital Management is set to issue its first mortgage-backed security with non-qualified loans. The New York-based company launched its non-QM program in 2013 and it owns HomeXpress Mortgage, a wholesale lender founded in 2016.