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$1.1 billion in Fannie Mae MSR portfolios hit market

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Denver-based MountainView Servicing Group is advising the sale of two mortgage-servicing right portfolios with a combined unpaid principal balance of $1.1 billion.

The first portfolio consists of $923 million of Freddie Mac and features 100% fixed-rate and first lien product.

Additionally, it includes a weighted average original FICO of 768, a weighted average original loan-to-value ratio of 72%, a weighted average interest rate of 3.66% and no delinquencies. The portfolio is geographically concentrated in California (35.1%), Virginia (7%), Washington (5.4%) and Arizona (5.2%).

The second portfolio is a $205 million Fannie Mae servicing portfolio, featuring a 96% fixed-rate and 99.8% first lien product.

The second portfolio is also made up of a weighted average original LTV of 71%, and a weighted average interest rate of 5.12%, with a heavy concentration in New York (81.4%), California (6.3%), New Jersey (4.7%) and Florida (2.5%).

“Over the last six months, we have marketed approximately 40 MSR portfolios consisting mainly of low-rate, conventional servicing,” said Matt Maurer, managing director at MountainView Servicing Group and the lead advisor on the sale.

“But this may be the lowest-rate portfolio of them all, with its weighted average 30-year fixed interest rate of 3.66%,” Maurer continued. 

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