Fannie's New Business, Residential Delinquency Down
Although new monthly business subsided at the Federal National Mortgage Association, so did delinquency on its residential loans.
Retail Loan Deterioration Hurts CMBS Delinquency
Delinquency on retail property loans surged, helping to drive up the past-due rate for all securitized commercial real estate loans last month.
Fiscal-Year 2015 Great for FHA
Although new business and delinquency worsened on a monthly basis at the Federal Housing Administration, annual metrics improved substantially.
CoreLogic to Focus on Growing Multifamily Market
One of the biggest aggregators of real estate data and statistics in the nation is now setting its sites on the growing U.S. apartment sector.
Life Insurer CRE Loan Production at Decade High
Quarterly commercial mortgage originations were stronger, with life insurer production at its highest level in at least nearly a decade and a half.
New Business, Earnings Down at Fannie
New single-family business slowed at the Federal National Mortgage Association. While income was down, more than $2 billion in earned profits will be paid back to taxpayers.
Freddie Swings to Red on Hedging Losses
Hedging its interest-rate risk proved costly to the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., though existing reserves will let it avoid another Treasury draw.
Office, Lodging Lead CMBS Delinquency Decline
Performance on securitized commercial real estate loans improved again, with lodging and office-building delinquency down most.
Non-QM Demand Weakens at Banks
A survey of lending officers at the nation's banks suggests that demand for loans which don't meet the Qualified Mortgage Rule standards weakened over the past three months.
2015 Ginnie MBS Issuance Likely to Beat Record
Securitizations of mortgages on behalf of the Government National Mortgage Association are likely to reach an all-time high this year.