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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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The other actions announced at the summit include: enhancements to Ginnie Mae's Acknowledgement Agreement to enable further use of servicing rights as collateral; a new Dormant Issuer Policy whereby issuers must actively participate within an 18-month time frame; and a pilot program with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago (FHLBC) to give small financial institutions more access to the secondary market by allowing FHLBC to issue securities guaranteed by Ginnie Mae.
Obtaining this financing can be difficult in times of strain, particularly for loans in pools guaranteed by Ginnie Mae.
Bright, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Ginnie Mae, estimated in an interview last week that abuses in VA refinancings have caused interest rates on FHA, VA and rural housing recently to be one-quarter of a percent to one-half of a percent higher than they otherwise would have been.
That said, the Ginnie Mae market is complex, likely to lead to missteps by novice investors.
FMC made its Ginnie Mae RMBS prospectuses false and misleading by misusing a Ginnie Mae rule that gave issuers the option to repurchase loans that were delinquent by three or more months.
and China meeting also covered strategies for establishing sustainable community development and the benefits of Ginnie Mae's single security and common securitization platform.
GSF Mortgage is pleased to share in Ginnie Mae's mission to expand affordable housing throughout the markets they serve.
Those effects were seen immediately on MBS yields for both Ginnie Mae and Fannie Mae, whose 30-year current coupon bond yields each fell roughly 50 basis points following the FOMC announcement.
government-owned mortgage guarantor Ginnie Mae with a $300 million face value and $181 million fair market value to Martel, a single-member LLC he owned.
The Government National Mortgage Association, commonly known as Ginnie Mae, is a wholly owned government corporation that guarantees mortgage-backed securities (MBS) backed by pools of federally insured or guaranteed mortgage loans.
By doing so, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, like Ginnie Mae, provide a continuous flow of affordable funds for home financing that results in the availability of mortgage credit for Americans.