Wells Fargo, which has emerged as a constant seller of delinquent mortgages, is offering roughly $350 million worth of whole loans, some of which are nonperforming, according to investment banking sources.

A Wells spokeswoman declined to discuss the matter. One source said that roughly $140 million of the $350 million is considered nonperforming in nature. The balance of what is being offered is performing, a source said.

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