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CHLA challenges FHFA IG report on risk from smaller nonbank lenders

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MBA Pushes Back on FHFA OIG Report that Questions Recent gse purchase mix FHFA’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) released a report last week indicating that GSE purchases of mortgages from their largest counterparties have declined significantly since 2011, and that smaller lenders have considerably increased direct sales to the GSEs.

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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.

Staff members of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System ("FRB") issued a report warning that nonbank mortgage lending has increased within the mortgage market to historically high levels, a potentially dangerous development given the short-term lending that nonbank mortgage lenders rely on and the liquidity pressures that could emerge as a result.

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) and the government sponsored enterprises (GSE) are making progress as they work to build a new secondary market infrastructure and reduce Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s share of the mortgage market, according to an FHFA report released on Nov. 25.

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