Real estate remains on top of wrap volume despite negative headlines

K. S.
January 2007
Asset Securitization Report;1/22/2007 Supplement, Vol. 7, p1
The article focuses on the status of asset and mortgage-backed securitization in the U.S. from October 1 to December 31, 2006. Details on asessts and mortgage transactions including that of the Countrywide Home Loans, which boosted real property volume were discussed. It also offers the views and comments of executives concerning the status of the investment market. The article presented several graphs which depict a comparison on the volume of asessts and mortgage-backed securitization.


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