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Volume 11 - Number 21

October 19, 2018

Downloads Available: Delinquency Status of FHA and VA Loans in Ginnie Mae MBS: 1Q14-3Q18

Downloads Available: Top GNMA Issuer/Servicers: 3Q18

Downloads Available: Top GNMA Issuer/Servicers - FHA Loans: 3Q18

Downloads Available: Top GNMA Issuer/Servicers - VA Loans: 3Q18


FHA, VA Delinquencies Tip Slightly Higher in 3Q18 GNMA MBS Pools

The amount of single-family Ginnie Mae mortgage servicing rights increased a modest 0.9 percent during the third quarter, according to a new analysis and ranking by Inside FHA/VA Lending. Some $1.858 trillion of Ginnie mortgage-backed securities were outstanding at the end of September, a 6.2 percent gain over the previous 12 months. Loans guaranteed by the VA continued to be the fastest growing segment of the Ginnie market. Volume was up 1.3 percent from the end of June, hitting $630.9 billion, an 11.0 percent increase from the same time last year. The FHA segment remained far bigger: $1.114 trillion at the end of the third quarter. However, its growth rate has been slower: 0.7 percent from June and 3.9 percent compared to September 2017. Loan performance deteriorated slightly in both programs. Some 92.9 percent of FHA loans were current at the end of September, down from ... [Charts]

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