Ginnie Mae

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Gin·nie Mae

 (jĭn′ē mā′)
A security issued by the Government National Mortgage Association and secured by mortgages serviced by certain federal agencies.

[Alteration of G(overnment) N(ational) M(ortgage) A(ssociation).]
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Gin•nie Mae

(ˈdʒɪn i ˈmeɪ)

1. a federal agency that helps finance government-guaranteed home mortgages through the sale of securities.
2. any security sold by Ginnie Mae.
[1970–75; from the initials GNMA Government National Mortgage Association, the former name]
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However, when these young people eventually buy, they're likely to go with FHA and, for those who are veterans, VA loans--and so Ginnie Mae still looks to be a dominant player in the MBS market in the upcoming years.
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Ginnie Mae President Ted Tozer told the audience that Ginnie Mae has been actively reviewing its policies to address the emergence of a new set of issuers that are increasingly not regulated depository institutions.
The Fair Housing Act of 1968 split Fannie Mae into two separate pieces: Fannie Mae, for the purchase of conventional mortgages that conformed to specific underwriting standards; and the Government National Mortgage Association (GNMA), better known as Ginnie Mae, for providing a guaranty backed by the full faith and credit of the United States for the timely payment of principal and interest on mortgage-backed securities (MBS) secured by pools of government home loans.
This marks the second consecutive month Ginnie Mae MBS issuances surpassed government-sponsored enterprises Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
A real estate investment trust, Capsteador earns income by investing in a leveraged portfolio of residential adjustable-rate mortgage pass-through securities or ARM securities, issued and guaranteed by government-sponsored enterprises like Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac, or by an agency of the federal government, Ginnie Mae. The company was formed in 1985 and is based in Dallas, Texas, USA.
He joins SFIG from Ginnie Mae, where he was Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, managing all operations for Ginnie Mae's USD 2.0 trillion portfolio of mortgage-backed securities.
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