The securitization of mortgages and construction loans has slowed down to a listless sputter over the last few months in Mexico, a victim of blown-out spreads and investor aversion to debt from nonbank companies known as Sofols and Sofoms.

But efforts are underway to pump new life - or at least millions of pesos - into the market all along the financing chain.

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