Ginnie Mae is paying particular attention to nonbank servicers due to the same concerns an inspector general has raised about servicing transfers involving Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loans.

Chief among those concerns is that many nonbank servicing companies are undercapitalized and didn't have the infrastructure and processing capacity to take on as many GSE loans as they did last year, according to a Federal Housing Finance Agency's Office of Inspector General report issued Tuesday on the risks nonbank servicers pose to the government-sponsored enterprises.

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