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Ginnie Mae’s New HECM Security to Ease Liquidity Strains

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EPISODE #834

Ginnie Mae Releases HMBS 2.0 Details

[Ginnie Mae] Ginnie Mae is well aware  of the liquidity challenges reverse mortgage HECM-Mortgage-Backed-Security (HMBS) issuers face. That’s why they are developing HMBS 2.0. Here are the most recent details. [Listen for details]

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  1. Pennsylvania?? New York?? While I love both states, snow would seem to be a huge drawback. Like you, I like upstate New York but to live there?? I have a close relative moving to one of the worst places for flooding, located just northwest of Houston.


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