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The Complete Guide to Mortgage Buyback Strategies 2013: Managing Increasing Requests
With a new framework for representations and warranties, the Federal Housing Finance Agency moved to clarify lenders’ repurchase liability on deliveries to Fannie and Freddie made beginning Jan. 1, 2013. While the new framework may reduce uncertainty for loans made in the future, stepped up review of legacy loans and expanded use of federal claims law present new buyback risk potential.
In a new fifth edition of Inside Mortgage Finance’s Guide to Mortgage Buyback Strategies, you’ll find insight and tips to help you guard against and respond to the current blend of repurchase requests.
GSE Repurchase Activity: First Half 2012
Has the barrage of buyback demands caused you to lose sight of your total vulnerability?
GSE Repurchase Activity: First Half 2012 provides information on all buyback motion in the first six months of 2012. For each lender—including your own company—this data report breaks down by origination year
- All repurchases made during 6M12,
- All demands pending or in dispute as of June 30, and
- All demands withdrawn during 6M12.
And for each of the 1,095 lenders faced with repurchase activity in the first six months of 2012, you’ll have at a quick glance the total picture: the volume of repurchases, pending or disputed demands and withdrawn demands during 6M12.
You’ll find the lenders ranked by volume—how high on the list are you—and also listed alphabetically.
Use the data in GSE Repurchase Activity: First Half 2012 to benchmark your repurchase exposure and mitigation rate. See how the demands against your business in this time period compare to every other lender who has sold loans to Fannie and Freddie from 2006 to 2012. Find out how they’ve fared in turning back the demand and whether your record is above or below par.