The Government National Mortgage Association (GNMA) is in no rush to sell the $11.5 billion of mortgage servicing rights that it inherited almost two years ago when nonbank lender/servicer Taylor, Bean & Whitaker failed.

“There’s no big pressure to sell it,” GNMA president Ted Tozer said in a recent interview with National Mortgage News. “We’re just waiting to see what happens. It’s making money for us.”

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