Freddie Mac Sold $1.1B of Wells Fargo-Serviced NPLs

Peters, Andy; Colomer, Nora
December 2015
Structuredfinancenews.com;12/9/2015, p1
Both Freddie and rival Fannie Mae are expected to step up sales of nonperforming loans in 2016; Bank of America Merrill Lynch are calling for total sales by both government sponsored enterprises of up to $12 billion.


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