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Small Lenders Increased Selling Directly to GSEs a Double-Edged Sword. The Federal Housing Finance Agency’s Office of Inspector General (FHFA OIG) has released an evaluation of Fannie Mae’s and.
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CHLA challenges FHFA IG report on risk from smaller nonbank lenders.. The Federal Housing Finance Agency Office of Inspector General said in a report that the purchases from smaller lenders raises the exposure of the two companies. "Smaller and non-bank lenders may.
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In its letter (attached), the CHLA acknowledged that it is appropriate for the FHFA to focus on issues such as counterparty risk, and agreed with the IG’s conclusions that the trend has been for the GSEs to buy more loans from small, nonbank lenders, and that there is some benefit from a risk.
The FHFA report also outlined how small and nonbank mortgage sellers may benefit the GSEs, because they reduce the concentration of mortgage sellers. Fannie and Freddie’s "increase in mortgage purchases from smaller lenders and nonbank mortgage sellers may elevate their exposure to counterparty credit risk," stated the report.
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