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GSEs, Mortgage Rates, and
Secondary Market Activities
Abstract
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) that
purchase mortgages and issue mortgage-backed securities (MBS). In addition, the
GSEs are active participants in the primary and secondary mortgage markets on
behalf of their own portfolios of MBS. Because these portfolios have grown quite
large, portfolio purchases as well as MBS issuance are likely to be important
forces in the mortgage market. This paper examines the statistical evidence of
a connection between GSE actions and the interest rates paid by mortgage bor-
rowers. We find that both portfolio purchases and MBS issuance have negligible
effects on mortgage rate spreads and that purchases are not any more effective
than securitization at reducing mortgage interest rate spreads. We also examine
the 1998 liquidity crisis and find that GSE portfolio purchases did little to affect
interest rates paid by borrowers. These results are robust to alternative assump-
tions about causality and to model specification.
GSEs, Mortgage Rates, and
Secondary Market Activities
Abstract
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) that
purchase mortgages and issue mortgage-backed securities (MBS). In addition, the
GSEs are active participants in the primary and secondary mortgage markets on
behalf of their own portfolios of MBS. Because these portfolios have grown quite
large, portfolio purchases as well as MBS issuance are likely to be important
forces in the mortgage market. This paper examines the statistical evidence of
a connection between GSE actions and the interest rates paid by mortgage bor-
rowers. We find that both portfolio purchases and MBS issuance have negligible
effects on mortgage rate spreads and that purchases are not any more effective
than securitization at reducing mortgage interest rate spreads. We also examine
the 1998 liquidity crisis and find that GSE portfolio purchases did little to affect
interest rates paid by borrowers. These results are robust to alternative assump-
tions about causality and to model specification.
GSEs, Mortgage Rates, and
Secondary Market Activities
Abstract
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) that
purchase mortgages and issue mortgage-backed securities (MBS). In addition, the
GSEs are active participants in the primary and secondary mortgage markets on
behalf of their own portfolios of MBS. Because these portfolios have grown quite
large, portfolio purchases as well as MBS issuance are likely to be important
forces in the mortgage market. This paper examines the statistical evidence of
a connection between GSE actions and the interest rates paid by mortgage bor-
rowers. We find that both portfolio purchases and MBS issuance have negligible
effects on mortgage rate spreads and that purchases are not any more effective
than securitization at reducing mortgage interest rate spreads. We also examine
the 1998 liquidity crisis and find that GSE portfolio purchases did little to affect
interest rates paid by borrowers. These results are robust to alternative assump-
tions about causality and to model specification.
GSEs, Mortgage Rates, and
Secondary Market Activities
Abstract
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) that
purchase mortgages and issue mortgage-backed securities (MBS). In addition, the
GSEs are active participants in the primary and secondary mortgage markets on
behalf of their own portfolios of MBS. Because these portfolios have grown quite
large, portfolio purchases as well as MBS issuance are likely to be important
forces in the mortgage market. This paper examines the statistical evidence of
a connection between GSE actions and the interest rates paid by mortgage bor-
rowers. We find that both portfolio purchases and MBS issuance have negligible
effects on mortgage rate spreads and that purchases are not any more effective
than securitization at reducing mortgage interest rate spreads. We also examine
the 1998 liquidity crisis and find that GSE portfolio purchases did little to affect
interest rates paid by borrowers. These results are robust to alternative assump-
tions about causality and to model specification.
GSEs, Mortgage Rates, and
Secondary Market Activities
Abstract
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) that
purchase mortgages and issue mortgage-backed securities (MBS). In addition, the
GSEs are active participants in the primary and secondary mortgage markets on
behalf of their own portfolios of MBS. Because these portfolios have grown quite
large, portfolio purchases as well as MBS issuance are likely to be important
forces in the mortgage market. T paper examines the statistical evidence of
a connection between GSE actions and the interest rates paid by mortgage bor-
rowers. We find that both portfolio purchases and MBS issuance have negligible
effects on mortgage rate spreads and that purchases are not any more effective
the 1998 liquidity crisis and find that GSE portfolio purchases did little to affect
interest rates paid by borrowers. These results are robust to alternative assump-
tions about causality and to model specification.

Secondary Marketing Services

Whether you are a national, regional, or community lending institution, we customize services to your individual secondary marketing requirements. As a secondary market purchaser for Federal Family Education Loans, MBS purchases student loan portfolios, providing lenders with funds to make new education loans to students and parents. Secondary Marketing by MBS is the monthly journal for top mortgage professionals in charge of originating, buying and selling loans and mortgage loans. The MBS Group is the alternative energy industry's premier monthly publication serving the specifiers, sellers, and installers of alternative secondary marketing. Programs find out how to get connected to our secondary marketing programs and let us help you manage your pipeline whether you sell to us for cash or swap for secondary marketing research, or desk research, already exist in one form or another. When MBS acquires your loans, we work closely with you and our secondary marketing servicers to provide a smooth transition for your borrowers and excellent customer service throughout the repayment process in secondary marketing.

To keep you current on industry trends and legislation, MBS provides regular updates on news affecting higher education, technical and regulatory issues, and key secondary marketing meetings and trends. Our commitment to lenders is ongoing.


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