Freddie Mac selling off $632 million in non-performing loans

JPMorgan Chase & Co. last month sold about $500 million of bad loans to Lone Star Funds, while Oak Hill Advisors LP bought $659 million of delinquent debt from Freddie Mac, said two other. to look.

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Government-backed mortgage giant freddie mac (otc: FMCC ) recently announced that it will be selling $410 million of deeply delinquent mortgage loans in a continued effort to clean up its balance.

Freddie Mac sells off $706 million in non-performing loans to private investors Freddie Mac sells $43.7 million in non-performing loans to non-profit Ben Lane is the Editor for HousingWire.

Freddie Mac Sells Off $667 Million In Non-Performing Mortgage loans march 31, 2017 The Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, known as Freddie Mac, announced last week that it’s selling off non-performing loans to private investors.

Freddie Mac selling off $759 million in non-performing loans February 17, 2017 / in Uncategorized / by Lindsay Recently, Fannie Mae announced its first non-performing loan sale of 2017, stating that it plans to sell 10,000 delinquent loans with a total unpaid principal balance of $1.76 billion from its portfolio.

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Freddie Mac is selling three pools of non-performing residential home loans with an unpaid principal balance of $1 billion, according to a report from Bloomberg. The loans will reportedly be sold in three pools totaling $660 million, $249 million, and $125 million.

Freddie Mac Starts Selling Reperforming Loans. in. JPMorgan Chase is worth $199 million, and the majority of loans are less than six months current or are moderately delinquent, according to.

Freddie Mac has auctioned off $1 billion of nonperforming loans from its mortgage-related investment portfolio, according to a news release. According to the release, the 5,364 "deeply.

Non-Performing Notes - Sales & New Supply Farkas, 58, oversaw the “triple-selling” of $900 million worth of mortgage loans. off its relationship with Taylor Bean in April 2002, Farkas asked Raymond Bowman, then Taylor Bean’s vice president.

Fannie Mae on June 26 announced the winning bidder for its thirteenth Community Impact Pool of non-performing loans, 667 loans totaling $129.23 million in unpaid. transaction in 2018. Freddie Mac.

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Going through the news, it was quite astonishing for me to realize that the bank had been selling these impaired quality loans majorly to the two government-sponsored entities, Fannie Mae and Freddie.

He added that accelerating the wind-down of the portfolio requires Fannie and Freddie to sell some of their delinquent assets. This move, he said, will get non-performing mortgages. have roughly.