The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development published a proposed rule this week that would replace the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) with the Secured Overnight Financing Rate … more HUD Publishes Proposed Rule on LIBOR Transition
HECM Mortgage-Backed Securities (“HMBS”) issuance fell in May to $1.45 billion, down from April’s record $1.6 billion, as the refinancing wave finally began to ebb. However, production remains … more HMBS May 2022: May Flowers Wither; June Gloom Looms
HMBS payoffs continued in April, as the refinancing wave diminished slightly but refused to ebb. Instead, April payoffs totaled $1.3 billion, just short of March 2022’s record $1.5 … more HMBS April 2022 Part II: April May but May June?
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HMBS issuers continued their torrid pace to start the New Year. February saw again nearly $1.4 billion in new HMBS issuance, almost setting a record for new original … more HMBS February 2022: For HMBS Issuers, Every Day is Valentine’s Day
Ginnie Mae published a LIBOR Index Transition Reference Guide to assist stakeholders in preparing for the transition away from the London Interbank Offered Rate to a replacement index … more Ginnie Mae Publishes LIBOR Index Transition Reference Guide
HMBS issuers continued their torrid pace to start the New Year. January saw nearly $1.4 billion in new HMBS, setting a record for new original loan pools for … more HMBS January 2022: New Year Continues Blizzard of New Issuance
Reverse Mortgage Funding became the #1 HMBS issuer in 2021, with $4.09 billion issued and near 31% market share, due in part to its acquisition of AAG’s HMBS … more 2021 Full Year HMBS Issuer League Tables – Portfolio Sale Upends the Rankings
The Senate confirmed Alanna McCargo as the next president of Ginnie Mae. McCargo, who had served as senior advisor for housing finance in the Department of Housing & … more McCargo Confirmed by Senate to Head Ginnie Mae
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) published a final rule that facilitates the transition away from the LIBOR interest rate index for consumer financial products. The rule establishes … more CFPB Issues Final Rule to Facilitate Transition from LIBOR