Freddie announces new REMIC program

K. S.
April 2005
Asset Securitization Report;4/4/2005, Vol. 5 Issue 13, p18
Reports on Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp.'s (Freddie Mac) launch of its Reference REMIC securities program. Goal of enhancing collateralized mortgage obligation (CMO) market liquidity; Offer of the regular issuance of generic structures with more pricing transparency; Description of earlier real estate mortgage investment conduit deals.


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