Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have actually offered 155,034 nonperforming loans since June 30, with an overall unsettled balance of $28.7 billion, according to the Non-Performing Loan Sales Report launched today by the Federal Housing Finance Agency. On average, the NPLs had a delinquency of 2.8 years and a typical existing loan-to-value ratio of 86%. Nearly half (41%) of the NPLs offered originated from New Jersey, New York and Florida.
The report likewise surveyed customer results based upon the 152,251 NPLs that settled by Dec. 31, 2021. As of June 30, 75% of these NPLs had actually been solved. Foreclosure avoidances were greatest when houses were inhabited by customers—the foreclosure rate for uninhabited residential or commercial properties was 73.9%, while the foreclosure rate for borrower-occupied residential or commercial properties was 27.6%. The report likewise compared the foreclosure rate amongst offered NPLs to a criteria of likewise overdue loans that were not offered, keeping in mind that offered NPLs led to less foreclosures.