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  1. BRIEF-Pennymac Mortgage Investment Trust Announces Issuance Of Term Notes Secured By Fannie Mae MSRs
    Reuters | 07/03/24 08:05 AM EDT

    Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA) : * PENNYMAC MORTGAGE INVESTMENT TRUST ANNOUNCES ISSUANCE OF TERM NOTES SECURED BY FANNIE MAE MSRS. * PENNYMAC MORTGAGE INVESTMENT TRUST (PMT) - PRICES $355M SECURED TERM NOTES Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

  2. BRIEF-Fannie Mae Executes Its Fifth Credit Insurance Risk Transfer Transaction Of 2024 On $8.2 Billion Of Single-Family Loans
    Reuters | 07/01/24 01:47 PM EDT

    Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA) : * FANNIE MAE EXECUTES ITS FIFTH CREDIT INSURANCE RISK TRANSFER TRANSACTION OF 2024 ON $8.2 BILLION OF SINGLE-FAMILY LOANS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

  3. BRIEF-Freddie Mac Total Mortgage Portfolio Increased At An Annualized Rate Of 2.1% In May
    Reuters | 06/25/24 04:49 PM EDT

    Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp (FMCC) : * FREDDIE MAC - TOTAL MORTGAGE PORTFOLIO INCREASED AT AN ANNUALIZED RATE OF 2.1% IN MAY. * FREDDIE MAC - SINGLE-FAMILY REFINANCE-LOAN PURCHASE AND GUARANTEE VOLUME WAS $3.8 BILLION IN MAY. * FREDDIE MAC - SINGLE-FAMILY DELINQUENCY RATE DECREASED FROM 0.51% IN APRIL TO 0.49% IN MAY. * FREDDIE MAC - MULTIFAMILY DELINQUENCY RATE INCREASED FROM 0.35% IN APRIL TO 0....

  4. US house prices increase steadily in April -FHFA
    Reuters | 06/25/24 09:13 AM EDT

    U.S. single-family home prices increased at a steady clip in April, but momentum could slow as higher borrowing costs weigh on demand for housing, contributing to a rise in supply. House prices rose 0.2% month-on-month after being unchanged in March, the Federal Housing Finance Agency said on Tuesday.

  5. US house prices increase steadily in April -FHFA
    Reuters | 06/25/24 09:13 AM EDT

    U.S. single-family home prices increased at a steady clip in April, but momentum could slow as higher borrowing costs weigh on demand for housing, contributing to a rise in supply. House prices rose 0.2% month-on-month after being unchanged in March, the Federal Housing Finance Agency said on Tuesday.

  6. BRIEF-Freddie Mac - Total Mortgage Portfolio Increased At An Annualized Rate Of 3.5% In April 2024
    Reuters | 05/30/24 05:29 PM EDT

    Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp (FMCC): * FREDDIE MAC - TOTAL MORTGAGE PORTFOLIO INCREASED AT AN ANNUALIZED RATE OF 3.5% IN APRIL 2024. * FREDDIE MAC - SINGLE-FAMILY DELINQUENCY RATE DECREASED FROM 0.52% IN MARCH TO 0.51% IN APRIL. * FREDDIE MAC - MULTIFAMILY DELINQUENCY RATE INCREASED FROM 0.34% IN MARCH TO 0.35% IN APRIL.

  7. US house price inflation slows in March, FHFA says
    Reuters | 05/28/24 09:09 AM EDT

    U.S. house price growth slowed sharply in March, likely as rising mortgage rates weighed on demand, data showed on Tuesday. Prices edged up 0.1% in March after surging by an unrevised 1.2% in February, the Federal Housing Finance Agency said in its monthly report on home prices.

  8. BRIEF-Fannie Mae Appoints Data Science And Technology Executive Diane Lye To Its Board Of Directors
    Reuters | 05/14/24 04:19 PM EDT

    Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA) : * FANNIE MAE APPOINTS DATA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY EXECUTIVE DIANE N. LYE TO ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

  9. US home prices jump by most in nearly two years in February, FHFA says
    Reuters | 04/30/24 09:03 AM EDT

    - U.S. home prices leapt in February by the most in nearly two years, federal housing authorities reported on Tuesday, reflecting the effects that lean home supply continue to have on the nation's housing market. Prices climbed 1.2% in February from January, the largest month-to-month increase since April 2022, the Federal Housing Finance Agency said in its monthly report on home prices.

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