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Freddie Buys $35.6bn of Refinanced Mortgages in August

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Freddie Mac’s (FRE) volume of purchased refinanced loans grew in August as the mortgage giant’s single-family delinquencies continued to swell. Freddie reported $47.8bn in issuances for August, up from $44bn in July and almost doubling the $25.7bn in August of 2008. The total mortgage portfolio also showed an increase at an annualized rate of 3.7% in August. Refinanced mortgage purchases made up $35.6bn, a slight increase from $34.1bn in July, according to Freddie’s monthly volume summary. The net amount of mortgage purchases or sales agreements made for Freddie’s mortgage-related investments portfolio totaled $12.1bn, a slight bump from $11bn during July. But 90-day single-family delinquencies stayed continued to increase for Freddie. In August, the portfolio had a 3.13% delinquency rate, an increase from 2.95% in July and 1.11% in August of 2008. Every month between August of last year and the latest monthly summary showed an increase in delinquencies. But multifamily loans were 0.1% delinquent for August, slightly down from 0.11% in July. Write to Jon Prior.

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