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Last $2.30 USD
Change Today -0.06 / -2.54%
Volume 1.4M
FMCC On Other Exchanges
As of 8:10 PM 03/30/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).
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8200 Jones Branch Drive

McLean, VA 22102

United States

Phone: 703-903-2000


aster trust agreement. In accordance with the terms of its PC trust documents, the company has the option, and in some instances the requirement, to remove specified mortgage loans from the applicable trust. The company has the option to remove a mortgage loan from a PC trust under certain circumstances to resolve an existing or impending delinquency or default. It reevaluates its practice of removing delinquent loans from PCs and alters it if circumstances warrant. Customers: This segment’s customers are primarily lenders and loan servicers in the primary mortgage market that originate mortgages for homeowners and service these loans for the company. These companies include mortgage banking companies, commercial banks, community banks, credit unions, state or local housing finance agencies, and thrift institutions. During 2013, its mortgage lenders included Wells Fargo Bank, N.A and JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., each accounted for 10% or more of its single-family mortgage purchase volume and together accounted for approximately 30% of its single-family mortgage purchase volume. Investments segment This segment reflects results from three primary activities, such as managing the company’s mortgage-related investments portfolio, excluding Multifamily segment investments; managing the treasury function, including funding and liquidity, for the overall company; and managing interest-rate risk for the overall company. Management of the company’s mortgage-related investments portfolio, excluding investments held by the Multifamily segment, primarily consists of the following: Managing agency mortgage-related securities, including PCs and REMICs, issued by the company, Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae), and Government National Mortgage Association. The company’s activities might include outright purchases and sales, dollar roll transactions, and structuring existing agency securities into REMICs and selling some or all of the tranches. Managing single-family performing loans obtained through the company’s cash purchase program. It purchases loans from lenders for cash, and in conjunction with the single-family business, securitize the majority of these loans into Freddie Mac agency securities that might be sold to dealers or investors or retained in the company’s mortgage investments portfolio as agency securities. Managing single-family re-performing loans and performing modified loans. This includes securitizing loans, and could include selling loans or other disposition strategies in the future. Managing single-family delinquent loans along with the single-family business. This includes removing seriously delinquent loans from PC pools and could include selling loans, securitizing loans, or other disposition strategies in the future. Reducing the overall balance of the company’s holdings of non-agency mortgage-related securities through liquidations and sales, subject to various constraints, including market conditions. Customers: Within the company’s core business, its unsecured debt securities are purchased by dealers and redistributed to their customers, including insurance companies, money managers, central banks, depository institutions, and pension funds. Competition: The company’s competitor includes Fannie Mae. Multifamily segment This segment provides liquidity to the multifamily market and supports a supply of rental housing by purchasing and securitizing mortgage loans secured by properties with five or more units. This segment reflects results from the company’s investment (both purchases and sales), securitization, and guarantee activities in multifamily mortgage loans and securities. The company’s primary business model is to purchase multifamily mortgage loans for aggregation and then securitization through issuance of multifamily K Certificates. Customers: The company acquires its multifamily mortgage loans from a network of approved seller/servicers. For 2013, its major multifamily sellers, CBRE Capital Markets, Inc. and Berkadia Commercial Mortgage, LLC, each accounted for approximately 10%, and together accounted for approximately 36%, of its multifamily


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