Outlook For Non-Agency RMBS Stable

Standard & Poor’s says the outlook for private-label residential mortgage-backed securities is stable, rather than positive, because of some challenges in the sector, such as “limited principal and interest advancing by servicers, foreclosure and liquidation timelines, and the impact of loan modifications.”

  • 25 Jun 2013

Standard & Poor’s says the outlook for private-label residential mortgage-backed securities is stable, rather than positive, because of some challenges in the sector, such as “limited principal and interest advancing by servicers, foreclosure and liquidation timelines, and the impact of loan modifications.”

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