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Ginnie Mae Servicing Agreement

As of 10 April 2020, the PTAP/C19 aid will be made available to all issuers under the Ginnie Mae programme and, unlike the PTAP aid which can be used in the event of a natural disaster, requests for support and receipt of an advance under the PTAP/C19 do not form the basis for a default under the Ginnie Mae Guarantee Agreement. The agreement states that Ginnie Mae has authorized a securitiation structure (NS) that was developed in 2016 and that allows for the securitization of cash flows through a trust. “Owning and maintaining MSRs is a capital-intensive offering and the more opportunities there are for private capital to enter the system on attractive terms, the easier it becomes to accomplish our mission of channeling global capital into the U.S. real estate market while minimizing risk to the taxpayer,” Appleton said. “We are delighted to have completed this transaction as it represents a further step in improving the liquidity supply of the housing finance system.” Third-party lenders secured by Ginnie Mae Mortgage Servicing Rights (MSR) or service advances should be aware that during the term of the monitoring framework contract and until full payment of commitments made by Ginnie Mae, repayment obligations to third-party lenders that finance Ginnie Mae MSR or make advances on loans that are subject to a claim and repayment agreement, received after the date on which the issuer transferred the framework supervision contract, subject to the repayment of the amounts advanced by Ginnie Mae under the PTAP/C19. In addition, to the extent that a third-party lender finances Ginnie Mae MSRs, Ginnie Mae has additional repayment rights (as part of its recognition agreement) that would continue to subordinate the third-party lender if an issuer receives aid under the PTAP/C19. A press release from Ginnie Mae says the structure has been “strongly supported” by institutional investors who have not had a vehicle to invest in mortgage rights (MSR). An issuer may only apply for assistance once a month to cover errors in payment of principal and interest (“monthly transfers”) due to investors of mortgage securities (MBS) related to deferred loans, including lenient loans, from the date on which each application for support is submitted. PTAP/C19 funds may not be used to cover any other service or operating costs of the issuer. “This assistance is intended to minimize disruptions in the mortgage and MBS markets, as leniency and loss reduction programs are being implemented for borrowers to provide relief to homeowners affected by the COVID-19 national state of emergency,” the press release said. . . .

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