Most of the decline in bank GSE servicing was recorded at Wells Fargo, Chase and Bank of America. Big nonbank gainers included NewRez, Quick-en, Matrix Financial and PennyMac. (Includes two data charts.)
Policy changes impacting 15% of GDP in an election year are inherently risky, according to Isaac Boltansky of Compass Point. The result, he said, is likely to be “a long and winding road” toward housing-finance reform.