Former exec from HUD’s Ginnie Mae program joins Ainsworth Advisors

Investor enthusiasm for Ginnie Mae pass-throughs has. Ginnie Buyouts rattle investor nerves.. Although analysts understand the general impact of Ginnie and FHA program guidelines on the.

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14:40 ET Subscribe to our weekly e-newsletter, Top News. Ginnie Mae should be separated from HUD, former Ginnie president says. The former head of Ginnie Mae says it is time to put some distance between the housing-securities insurer and its current parent, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

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The Senate Banking Committee earlier today held a hearing to examine nominees for two key HUD positions: Michael Bright to serve as President of Ginnie Mae and Rae Oliver Davis to serve as HUD’s Inspector General (IG). While both nominees appeared to enjoy bipartisan support, several Committee democrats questioned bright’s views on housing finance reform.

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Nonbank CMBS 2.0 loans’ default rate is much higher than banks: Fitch Loans in commercial mortgage-backed securities originated after 2009 by nonbank lenders have a significantly higher default rate than those originated by banks, a Fitch Ratings report said. By units, nonbank loans have a 2.3% default rate versus 1.2% for banks. Banks originated over 80% more CMBS 2.0 loans than their nonbank counterparts.

Welcome to another edition of our series, A Day in the Life, which introduces you to HUD employees and highlights the important work they do. Today we meet Harlan Jones, Senior Account Executive, Team Lead in the Office of Issuer Portfolio Management – Single-Family at Ginnie Mae.

from – The Daily Signal – by Luke Rosiak Top officials at the Government National Mortgage Association spent $3.9 million on a public relations campaign designed to create positive images for themselves, including a magazine piece on how one of them avoided obesity. Spending tax dollars to polish an individual employee’s image isn’t allowed under [.]