Bank of America Thursday afternoon confirmed that it will no longer sell any new purchase money mortgages to Fannie Mae — though it will remain a Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) lender.

A bank spokesman told ASR sister publication National Mortgage News that BofA “has a number of options” concerning residential liquidity including putting loans on its balance sheet and issuing securities backed by the Ginnie Mae.

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