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LoanStream Mortgage Opens Up Liquidity For Non-QM Market

Navi Persaud
Jul 06, 2020
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LoanStream Mortgage expanded its product offerings to provide an alternative for non-QM borrowers. Non-QM loans are more difficult to come by as non-agency lenders were hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic's economic effect. 

 

"We were one of the first to provide financing back in 2013. We continue to be committed to the non-QM space," said LoanStream's CEO Rabi Aziz. "Things have changed; that's for sure. The number of loans in forbearance, companies stuck with old product, and challenges related to warehouse financing will plague the space for a while."

 

According to a release, the company expanded some of its programs including Loan to Value up 85%, Debt Service Coverage Rate LTV's to 80%, credit scores down to 640 and loans of up to $3 million. 

 

These offerings have been released through the company's wholesale, correspondent and retail channels. All loans are also underwritten and decided in-house.

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