Early outlooks for 2012 suggested net organic supply at around $10 billion with an added volume of more than $78 billion coming from paydowns/sales from the GSE and U.S. Treasury portfolios.

Meanwhile, the supply will likely be adequately absorbed by banks, money managers, REITs and the Federal Reserve - this includes paydowns only and not the potential for a third round of quantitative easing by the Fed.

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