May 10, 2018
There has been an uptick in subprime mortgage securitizations issued by private lenders. In 2014, $100 million in mortgage-backed securities were issued and in just the first half of 2017, $2.6 billion in subprime mortgage-backed securities were issued. With the increase in subprime origination, we will likely see an increase in defaults as the market evolves and normalizes.
Joining the podcast to discuss managing non-performing mortgage loans is Ron Brandenburg with Cal RE Fund Management. Cal RE Fund is a real estate investment management company which has overseen and co-invested in the acquisition, restructuring and liquidation of $350 million of non-performing mortgages and REO since 2008.