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MCM has expanded its product and service offerings to include servicing valuation and hedging in either a standalone or enterprise-wide hedging and valuation solution.
Given the fact that post Covid we are in an economy that is struggling with supply shortages and delays and rising prices doesn't it make sense to protect a home sale, build or purchase from long delays and rising interest rates? Builder Commitments and Spot Float Down locks through MCM's RPP program is the answer.
MCM’s Total Sale Optimization (TSO) system was designed and built not only to maximize each lender’s returns from individual loan sales and/or bulk sales, but to maximize all sales executable.
MCM Options & Pandemic spread execution presentation.
MCM Hedge Optimization
New Float Down Structure provides borrowers with protection for up to 180 days with no upfront fees. The structure can be used for One-Time Close or Forward Builder Commitments.
Rate Protection Program - Float Down Protection - Spot Builder Commitment
Bond Market Option Traders are not pricing in potential market volatility due to either the election or a viable vaccine. Or they think they will cancel out.
New MCM Hedge Commander System: Calibrate, Focus, Execute
I'm sure all market participants now know what it means to be Wipsawed by the market. Here is a presentation on the subject from last August 2019.
Who needs options?
1. Mortgage bankers whose Pipelines have high Fallout volatility exposure – and need to avoid the whipsaw effect - what does this mean? Here is an example.
Recently, correspondent lenders across the board have pulled back drastically on their pricing for all loans that they previously purchased for securitization purposes.
Stabilize the TBA mortgage backed securities market, instead of announcing big purchases (greater than daily production)
The moral hazard issue regarding mortgage servicing and its primary cause stems from the GAAP accounting ruling (FAS ASC 860-50-25-1.)
The agencies have gone off a cliff - these graph are ugly!