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Residential MBS


  • 24 Jun 2015
    • Rising US interest rates will have varying credit effects on structured finance sectors
      Rising interest rates will be credit negative for new and existing commercial mortgage-backed securities and credit neutral for most consumer and commercial asset-backed securities sectors, depending largely on their exposure to variable-rate debt. The impact will also be largely credit neutral for residential mortgage-backed securities and collateralized loan obligations... Press Release l Full Report
  • 23 Jun 2015
    • Iron ore price slump presents no risk to current Australian RMBS
      The severe price fall in prices and resulting unemployment for mining employees will not result in any losses in Moody's rated Australian residential mortgage backed securities (RMBS) because the sector has minimal exposure to iron ore mining regions…Press Release l Full Report
  • 11 Jun 2015
    • Servicers will pursue different strategies for defaulted loans in single- vs. multi-borrower SFR transactions
      Special servicers will more likely pursue loan modification or forbearance to remedy defaulted loans in single-borrower single-family rental (SFR) transactions, while in multi-borrower SFR transactions they will more likely pursue note sale or foreclosure. The size, sophistication, and circumstances that tend to result in default for single- versus multi-borrowers will largely determine the strategy... Press Release l Full Report
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