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Executive Conversation: Jeff Tennyson on dynamic analysis

Clayton offers insight into asset acquisition and originations
Sarah Wheeler
Over the past year and a half, SFR securitizations have gone from zero to over $11.3 billion of issuance, and all have been supported by Clayton and Green River component services.
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Morningstar: Single-family rental securitization delinquencies mainly below 1%

With only one exception
Jacob Gaffney
It may be a relatively new market, but single single-family rental securitizations are doing pretty well despite the asset class' infancy. The delinquency rate across nearly every single single-family rental securitization is below 1%, according to a Morningstar Credit Ratings report on performance in the sector.
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Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Economic growth needs securitization

Drones, Zillow-Trulia and housing metrics galore
Trey Garrison
Just how critical is securitization to mortgage finance and the economy as a whole? What are the early readings for housing so far in 2015? Read on.
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ABS Vegas: What’s holding the non-agency RMBS market back?

Industry leaders discuss what has to be resolved to revive it
Trey Garrison
What is stopping the marginal non-agency RMBS deal today, and if volume increases, what are the inhibitors to gaining scale in the market? Here's what the experts say.
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ABS Vegas: Consistency needed to ensure U.S. stays capital markets destination

Industry wants regulators to look at big picture of regs
Trey Garrison
The new risk retention rules and lending standards have served as an impediment to mortgage investors and the housing market. Here's how.
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Four Wise Men of Securitization: Not many remember 2008

Bad underwriting more a concern than bad products
Trey Garrison
ABS Vegas opened this morning with a performance. That hasn't been common since the subprime boom. Are panelists worried that other habits of securitization will also be returning?
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Barclays: Oil plunge could put some SFR deals at risk

Not all oil regions in peril
Trey Garrison
Housingwire has already looked at what effect the price of oil could have on housing prices, but now Barclays turns its eye to single-family rental securitizations in heavy oil-industry markets.
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What to expect at ABS East

Massive securitization market conference brings thousands to Miami
Ben Lane
“ABS East 2014 will provide comprehensive coverage on the revival and strengthening of the US securitization market, along with what our markets should look like in the future, given the importance of securitization to the real economy,” conference organizer Information Management Network said.
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FHFA takes next step to single GSE bond

Plan would create common securitization for Fannie and Freddie
Ben Lane
The proposal calls for a “Single Security” that would encompass many of the features of the existing Fannie and Freddie securitization structure, which the FHFA said is necessary to “achieve maximum market liquidity.” The announcement today provided key details on what that bond may look like, but the FHFA did not provide a specific timeline for implementation.
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FHFA considering plan to offer single Fannie, Freddie bonds

Report on Common Securitization Platform may be coming soon
Ben Lane
During his May speech at the Brookings Institute, FHFA Director Mel Watt said that adjusting the way Fannie and Freddie securitize mortgages was one of his key goals. Now it appears that the FHFA may be one step closer to accomplishing that goal.
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