Record Issuance of Non-QM Securities in Q1 2019 Securitizations of non-qualified mortgage securitizations totaled $5.7 billion in the first quarter of this year, equaling half of 2018’s total volume, making it the most active quarter since before the crisis.
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Last year, however, there was a record level of issuance in the ‘B (sf)’ category, which serves as the first-loss tranche. To the extent that our expected CNLs prove to be too low, the economy weakens, or there are originator/servicer-specific issues, these classes could become vulnerable to downgrade and default.
Among the recent transactions was JPMorgan Chase’s first non-QM issuance. The deal is for $440.5 million, with 542 loans that have an average credit score of 772 and an average loan-to-value ratio of 72%; most of the loans were classified as non-QM because they were underwritten using tax transcripts rather than signed tax returns.
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On the heels of a record-breaking performance in 2018, Angel Oak Companies (encompassing Angel Oak Home Loans LLC and Angel Oak Mortgage Solutions LLC) continued to set the standard in the nonqualified mortgage marketplace during the first quarter of 2019, originating a record $563 million. This represents an astounding 82% increase over non-QM originations in Q1 2018, which had previously set.
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An FHA review of 6,654 loans in the first quarter found that lenders make a lot of mistakes on applications. The audit revealed that 48 percent of mortgages were deemed initially unacceptable, which means they had a material defect at the time of endorsement.
The catastrophe bond market posted its most active first quarter on record for new issuance in Q1 2011, according to a new report by GC Securities*. Four transactions came to market in the first quarter of 2011, securing USD1.02 billion of new and renewal risk transfer capacity. This represents a significant increase over the USD300 million issued during the same time period in 2010.
Their 10th securitization brings their total issuance to over $3.2 billion. Angel Oak Capital Advisors Breaks Record Once Again by Issuing $621 Million Non-QM Securitization Angel Oak’s total.
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Angel Oaks two securitizations in the first quarter of 2019 total $1.23 billion, already surpassing the total amount issued by the firm in all of 2018. This is Angel Oaks 10 th non-QM securitization, with a total issuance amount that now exceeds $3.2 billion.
Housing still more affordable than long-term benchmarks While still better than the 1995-2003 average of 25.1 percent, we’re close to a tipping point. At the start of 2018, just two states – California and Hawaii – were less affordable than their long-term norms. As of today, 10 states have passed those benchmarks and another six are within 1.0 percent of long-term affordability levels.