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Mortgage Servicing Rights

MSR portfolio hedging continues to produce positive results

MSR portfolio hedging continues to produce positive results

Risk management activities for 14 of the largest holders of residential mortgage servicing rights (MSR) produced an average net gain in asset value of 0.4% during the second quarter of 2018, according to the MSR Industry Report released last week by MountainView Financial Solutions, a Situs company. The largest gain among the 14 companies was 4.5%, and the largest loss was 6.8%.

What you missed in our August MSR webinar

What you missed in our August MSR webinar

Escrow custodial account earnings have a significant impact on mortgage servicing right (MSR) asset values, and – in contradiction to what many holders of the asset might think – mortgages of borrowers with low credit scores aren’t prepaying slower than loans to borrowers with higher credit scores.

Prices in the MSR market are strong — for pristine portfolios

Prices in the MSR market are strong — for pristine portfolios

“Strong” is an adjective frequently used to describe the prices paid for residential mortgage servicing rights (MSRs) in recent months. Beyond the glimmer, however, is the reality that only specific slices of overall portfolios are trading very well, and a lot of MSRs out there are not going to market, according to advisory firm MountainView Financial Solutions, a Situs company.

Largest holders of MSRs continue to manage risk effectively

Largest holders of MSRs continue to manage risk effectively

Risk management activities for 14 of the largest holders of residential mortgage servicing rights (MSR) produced an average net gain in asset value of 0.4% during the first quarter of 2018, according to the latest MSR Industry Report produced by MountainView Financial Solutions, a Situs company. The largest gain among the 14 companies was 4.6%, and the largest loss was -3.3%.