“Our successful history originating this type of product, combined with our relationship with Macquarie, will allow Impac to make an immediate impact in the non-qualified mortgage space,” Joseph Tomkinson, chairman and CEO of Impac, said.
According to new analysis from the Housing Finance Policy Center team at the Urban Institute, there has been “surprisingly little impact” on the mortgage origination numbers since QM went into effect in January.
New Penn Financial entered into the burgeoning non-Qualified Mortgage territory and introduced the Home Buyer Power product. The product appeals to high-end customers who may be paying expensive metro-area rents.
Impac Mortgage Holdings reported second-quarter net earnings of $82 thousand or $0.01 per diluted common share after reporting a net loss last quarter, and it was one key element that helped drive lending volume forward.
Mini-correspondent lending divisions started to take off after the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s qualified mortgage rules went into effect on Jan. 10, creating a possible loophole for lenders and catching the CFPB’s regulatory eye.
Now that it's been six months since the CFPB's Qualified Mortgage requirements went into effect, lenders are starting to look into the unchartered territory of non-QM lending, finding that there is, in fact, demand.
One by one, they filed into the city council chambers. They took their seats and waited their turn, and once there weren’t any seats left, they moved to the seldom-used overflow seating. When the overflow seating filled, they moved to the civic center so they could watch the meeting on a closed-circuit feed..
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