Fannie Mae, and also Freddie Mac, are exploring new ways to transfer the credit risk of mortgages that they insure.

Unlike their existing risk-sharing programs, which have drawn $12.5 billion of private capital into the mortgage market by referencing $454 billion of mortgages since their July 2013 inception, some of the latest deals transfer the first loss sustained when a homeowner stops making payments.

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