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With speculation rising over how the Obama administration plans to save housing and questions surrounding how risky the task may be ...
Yes, someone holds those Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae mortgage-backed securities. And they don't usually take kindly to prepayment risks carried by a massive refinance plan.
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There are only a handful of consistencies investors can rely on in the private-label market these days. Redwood Trust issuing at least one residential mortgage-backed securities deal a month is one.
As Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has indicated, too-big-to-fail remains a major issue that is not solved, but "there’s a lot of work in train."