Ginnie Mae later this month will start providing MBS investors with new information about the percentage of modified single-family mortgages in its MBS pools.

The secondary market agency is taking the step to alleve concerns that some of its securities were packed with modified Federal Housing Administration (FHA)-insured loans, which resulted in high redefault rates and increasing pre-payment speeds.

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