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PHH sinks as low interest rates destroy mortgage servicing

Just like Ocwen, Nationstar and Walter
The first quarter's historically low interest rates already pulled down the performance of Nationstar Mortgage, Walter Investment and Ocwen Financial thanks to the impact of negative adjustments to the "fair value" of each company’s mortgage servicing rights portfolio, and now PHH Corporation is joining that unfortunate list as the company posted a loss in the first quarter.
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Walter Investment tanks thanks to low interest rates

Posts GAAP net loss of $172.7 million in first quarter, stock plummets
The first quarter's historically low interest rates did more than just negatively impact the earnings of Freddie Mac, which reported a $354 million net loss in the first quarter. The quarter's low rates also obliterated the bottom line of Walter Investment Management Corporation.
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$4 billion Ginnie Mae bulk MSR portfolio available for sale

Features 97% 30-year fixed rate loans, average 22 months seasoning
Buyers looking to score some Ginnie Mae servicing are in luck. Interactive Mortgage Advisors announced the sale of a $4 billion Ginnie Mae bulk portfolio of residential mortgage servicing rights. And according to Thomas Piercy, managing member of Interactive Mortgage Advisors, the portfolio is “most likely the best Ginnie Mae deal offered this year.”
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$301 million Fannie Mae bulk servicing portfolio hits market

Mostly Midwest portfolio is 100% current
Buyers looking to get their hands on some Fannie Mae servicing now have that opportunity. Interactive Mortgage Advisors announced that it is acting as the exclusive broker for a $301 million Fannie Mae bulk residential mortgage servicing rights offering.
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$2 billion bulk Ginnie Mae MSR portfolio hits the market

Carries weighted average interest rate of 3.71%
MountainView Servicing Group, a provider of residential mortgage servicing rights sales and valuation advisory services, announced that it is advising on the sale of a $2 billion bulk portfolio of mortgage servicing rights backed by Ginnie Mae.
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From HW Magazine

Hot Seat: Jack Nunnery, EVP at Texas Capital Bank

Forging stronger ties between correspondent sellers and investors
The specific needs of correspondent lending divisions often get overlooked in the development of mortgage technology solutions. Texas Capital Bank is looking to change that formula with a new correspondent line and platform to forge stronger ties between correspondent sellers and investors in the process.
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