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Stabilize the TBA mortgage backed securities market, instead of announcing big purchases (greater than daily production)
The agencies have gone off a cliff - these graph are ugly!
the spread between what “Bulk” investors are paying for various loan rates and programs versus what those loans are hedged with – TBA mortgage backed securities.
In the current environment, we are starting to see a great number of people getting laid off or other temporary work adjustments.
With the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation developing quickly, we believe it’s important to be transparent about how MCM is responding to the outbreak.
how do you deal with stretched processing timelines, borrowers calling to renegotiate, and/or adjusting hedge positions?
Secondary Marketing Optimized
MCM is pleased to announce the roll-out of its Open API. This API conforms to the Open API Specification and allows clients to integrate their LOS information with MCM’s Hedge Analytics and Reporting software.
Unicorn Zone – With fallout this low and unchanging, hedging with options would be unnecessary.
Why Hedged Mortgage Pipelines should not be hedged with linear hedge ratios.
How to Determine Which Branch is Most Valuable
Mortgage Bankers managing large pipelines of loans in process always need to stay on an even keel to avoid volatile earnings swings
Forward Builder Commitments, Long Term Float Down Locks, Lock and Shop, Rate Protection Plan, One-time Close Float Downs....
The use of options as a tool to hedge a mortgage pipeline is nothing new and have been used since they began trading back in 1983. However, the technology and techniques have changed in how to apply them. Options can be an effective tool to reduce risks associated with residential mortgage loan fallout or renegotiations due to market movements. They can also be effective for extended term float down locks and forward builder commitments.
In competitive purchase markets and during times of rising interest rates sellers of homes whether a builder or individual homeowner have elected in the past to advertise and/or offer purchasers/borrowers a break on their interest rates during a period - usually the first two years.