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Taking the Pulse: Challenges Facing Today’s Changing U.S. Residential Mortgage Market

Date:
October 2, 2019
Duration:
45 Minutes
Location:
On-Demand

More than a decade after the crisis and we now are seeing signs that the U.S. mortgage landscape is changing. Government-sponsored entities (GSEs) such as, Ginnie Mae, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (Agency) primarily supported the post-crisis by the issuing mortgage bonds that essentially assume most of the default risk. Non-agency (aka “private-label”) mortgage bonds have no such credit protection leading to virtually nonexistent issuance.

Change is on the horizon. “[Financial firms]… over the past year have restarted or expanded the business of spinning fresh pools of mortgages into securities…. In the first half of this year, 2.1% of mortgages went into private bonds.” In addition talks are underway to,“ reduce the government’s role in housing finance1 [as well as] a push to “…[return] mortgage finance firms (GSEs) to private-shareholder ownership.2” These nascent developments could impact private-label paper issuance.

Footnotes:

  1. 1. Ben Eisen and Telis Demos, “Banks Warm to Mortgage Bonds That Burned Them in 2008,” The Wall Street Journal, September 16, 2019.
  2. 2. Andrew Ackerman, “Fannie and Freddie Plan Is Likely Released Next Month,” The Wall Street Journal, April 21, 2019.
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