Bayview Asset Management is marketing yet another $218 million of bonds backed by re-performing mortgages acquired last year from former subprime HELOC lender CitiFinancial Credit Corp., according to rating agency presale reports.
The portfolio comprises 95.7% daily simple interest loans with an average original loan size of $63,434. The loans are approximately 133 months seasoned, and all are current, including 1.3% bankruptcy-performing loans. Approximately 96.3% of the mortgage loans have been making timely payments for the past 24 months; approximately 30.1% of the loans have been modified, 100.0% of which happened more than two years ago.
Within the pool, 2,060 mortgages have non-interest-bearing deferred amounts, which are not part of the collateral, and any recoveries on these will instead be payable to the holders of the Class X Notes.