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Lone Star invests $1 billion in high-risk Caliber loans

New loans will target Alt-A and "high quality" subprime borrowers
Ben Lane
According to a report from Bloomberg Businessweek, after about $200 million worth of loans have been made, the debt will be packaged into bonds and sold, with the new fund, Lone Star Residential Mortgage Fund I, retaining the riskiest pieces, according to the materials. The company expects to provide investors gross returns of 15% after three years.
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W.J. Bradley next to step into non-agency market

Introduces first program in new portfolio
Brena Swanson
W.J. Bradley Mortgage Capital is the latest lender to introduce non-agency products to the market with its new WJB | ONE portfolio.
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Caliber Home Loans unfolds 4 non-agency mortgage products

Brena Swanson
Caliber Home Loans is launching its new non-agency mortgage program, which includes a new product that helps borrowers who may have experienced a credit event but cannot afford a program in the marketplace that meets.
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ING bond sale may help rescue slow private mortgage bond market

Only $1.15 billion worth of legacy paper remains
Brena Swanson
One of the remaining signs of life in the non-agency market: the US Non Agency RMBS marketplace is gearing up to bid on approximately $1.15 billion worth of legacy paper, the last of its kind, on Thursday March 13.
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Will the private RMBS market rebound in the second half?

Maybe, if Redwood starts issuance again
Brena Swanson
The boom of the non-agency market is turning into a slow crawl as investors turn elsewhere for more profit. But are they making the right choice?
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Final ING mortgage bond auction set for next week

Dutch Treasury "saved the best for last"
Jacob Gaffney
This will bring the long history of ING private mortgage bond investments in the United States officially to a close.
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