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Ginnie Mae:

see under Federal National Mortgage AssociationFederal National Mortgage Association
(FMNA), commonly known as Fannie Mae,
government-sponsored enterprise that is the largest purchaser and guarantor of home mortgages in the country. Headquartered in Washington, D.C.
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About Ginnie Mae Ginnie Mae is a wholly-owned government corporation within the U.
Ginnie Mae raises capital from investors in the global credit markets to ensure liquidity for affordable rental and homeownership opportunities across the country.
Having the Ginnie Mae investor reporting feature embedded in Mortgage Servicer enables Cascade Financial Services to report to Ginnie Mae without having to perform any customization and continue to remain in compliance with Ginnie Mae's reporting requirements," said Susan Graham, president of FICS.
CUNA applauds this innovative new product from Ginnie Mae and looks forward to watching it expand to FHLBs around the country.
A: It matters in the sense that it's necessary to understand what Ginnie Mae does in order to understand what it takes to continue to be successful.
Ginnie Mae was created in 1968 to expand access to affordable housing opportunities by linking global capital markets to the nation's housing markets, guaranteeing more than $2.
With the new authority granted by its regulator, the Federal Housing Finance Agency, the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago will now be able to purchase government-insured loans, hold these loans on-balance sheet, and then pool them into securities guaranteed by Ginnie Mae which may then be sold to investors.
Ginnie Mae issued the announcement to clarify what was discussed in a May 23 conference call that The Bond Market Association hosted with Ginnie Mae, the Mortgage Bankers Association of America (MBA) and institutional investors.
The 2006 series 4 bonds do not require funding either reserve fund due to the full and timely guarantee of Ginnie Mae and Fannie Mae securities.
Ginnie Mae announced in July that securitization of FHA jumbo loans soared past $2.