Knight reports that the number of loans in forbearance rose by 1,000 during the
week ended June 22. The company says this was a continuation of what’s become a
common trend of marginal mid-month increases. The uptick offset some of the
7,000 loan decline during the previous week, which we did not report. The
increase was in loans serviced for bank portfolios and private label security
(PLS) investors. The 18,000 growth in those loans offset a reduction 10,000 in
the number of GSE (Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac) loans and the removal of 7,000 being
serviced for the FHA and VA. With those changes, GSE loans now total 641,000 or
2.3 percent of those portfolios. There are 836,000 forborne FHA and VA loans
(6.9 percent) and 579,000 portfolio/PLS loans (4.5 percent.)


…(read more)

Forward this article via email:  Send a copy of this story to someone you know that may want to read it.