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Bonnie Sinnock

Bonnie Sinnock has been writing for National Mortgage News since 1995. She also has worked on other SourceMedia publications as an editor and a reporter.

Recent Stories From this Author

Another Wall Street Firm Gets Back into New Jumbo RMBS Market
November 26, 2014 Goldman Sachs is preparing to bring its first post-crisis prime jumbo residential mortgage-backed securities transaction to...

New Efforts at Housing Counseling Revive Debate About Its Value
November 24, 2014 New initiatives meant to increase access to credit have rekindled the debate over whether housing counseling is the best and...

Disciplined Underwriting Guides Lender's Non-QM Strategy
November 21, 2014 Lenders who make or buy non-qualified mortgages are learning how to get more of a handle on the risks, in part by ensuring...

Borrower Training Tech Seeks to Ease Non-QM Lending Risks
November 20, 2014 An automated consumer training technology aims to mitigate compliance risk in loans outside qualified mortgage standards for...

FirstKey Preparing First Jumbo Securitization
November 17, 2014 The company is a new player in the market linked to Cerberus, an investor in pre-downturn jumbo securities market participants.

HECM Non-Borrowing Spouses Renew Class Certification Attempts
November 17, 2014 Plaintiffs advocating for spousal rights in existing Home Equity Conversion Mortgages are renewing their motion for class...

Freddie Backs New Multifamily Deal with Private-Label CMBS Tranches
November 12, 2014 A new multifamily investment product will for the first time allow Freddie Mac to buy and guarantee bonds backed by...

Altisource Shuts Force-Placed Insurance Unit
November 12, 2014 The company cited uncertainties with industrywide litigation and the regulatory environment in the move. In August, a New York...

HECM Servicers Wary of Vague HUD Guidelines
November 10, 2014 Despite policy changes that apply to new reverse mortgages, the rights for existing spouses of deceased borrowers remain...

Five Reasons Why Fannie Mae is Ready to Bring Back 3% Down Payments
November 7, 2014 While the government-sponsored enterprises' move to allow down payments as low as 3% comes with some inherent risks, Fannie...

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