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Volume 22 - Number 23

November 9, 2018

Downloads Available: Top GSE Seller Profile: Risk Categories: 3Q18

Downloads Available: GSE Risk Distribution: 2014-3Q18


GSE Credit Box Opened Slightly Wider In Third Quarter as Rates Ticked Higher

The credit window for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac single-family mortgages opened a little wider during the third quarter of 2018 as competition intensified in the primary market. A new Inside Mortgage Trends analysis of mortgage-backed securities issued by the government-sponsored enterprises during the third quarter revealed modest increases in the shares of purchase mortgages with low credit scores, although trends in loan-to-value ratios were mixed ... [Includes two data charts]

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With loan volumes declining, does your shop have plans to enter the non-QM lending market in 2019?

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13%

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