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  • Fannie Mae selling $1.88 billion in non-performing loans to Goldman Sachs subsidiary

    MTGLQ Investors is back
    Over the last few years, Goldman Sachs’ subsidiary MTGLQ Investors has been one of the top buyers of non-performing loans from both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, buying billions and billions in loans from both of the government-sponsored enterprises. And now, MTGLQ is preparing to buy another $1.88 billion in non-performing loans from Fannie Mae.
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  • Fannie Mae selling $1.23bn in NPLs to Goldman Sachs subsidiary

    MTGLQ Investors buying another 7,500 loans
    The winning bidder is MTGLQ Investors, which is a “significant subsidiary” of Goldman Sachs. Over the last few years, Goldman Sachs used MTGLQ to buy billions and billions in loans from both of the GSEs. And now, it's buying over than a billion more in loans from Fannie Mae.
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  • Fannie Mae selling $2.43 billion in re-performing loans to Goldman Sachs subsidiary

    MTGLQ Investors buying nearly 11,000 loans from GSE
    Fannie Mae just announced the results of its fourth re-performing loan sale, and the winning bidder is a familiar name - MTGLQ Investors, which is a “significant subsidiary” of Goldman Sachs. Over the last few years, Goldman Sachs used MTGLQ Investors to buy up loans from both of the government-sponsored enterprises by the truckload. In this latest sale, Fannie Mae is selling more than $2.43 billion in re-performing loans to MTGLQ Investors.
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  • Goldman Sachs earnings reveal little on recent mortgage endeavors

    Privately owned MTGLQ Investors left out of filing
    Goldman Sachs performed well in the second quarter, beating earnings expectations. But the new earnings release, once again, did little to shed any extra light on the mega banks private mortgage endeavors. Given the bank's small footprint in residential mortgages, it's no surprise the release barely mentioned mortgages. But this doesn't mean the bank does nothing in the mortgage world.
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  • Fannie Mae selling another $1.68 billion in NPLs to Goldman Sachs subsidiary, private equity

    9,400 non-performing loans sold out of Fannie Mae’s portfolio
    In what is now a common occurrence, Fannie Mae announced Tuesday that it sold a large portfolio of non-performing loans to private equity funds, one of which is a subsidiary of Goldman Sachs. The sale, which was originally announced last month, consisted of 9,400 non-performing loans that carry an unpaid principal balance of $1.68 billion.
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  • Goldman Sachs subsidiary continues snapping up non-performing loans from GSEs

    MTGLQ Investors buys fourth pool of NPLs in 2016
    For the fourth time in 2016, and the second time in a week, MTGLQ Investors, L.P., a "significant subsidiary" of Goldman Sachs, is the winning bidder for a pool of non-performing loans from one of the government-sponsored enterprises, increasing its total amount of loans bought from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac beyond $2 billion.
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