For 2022, we expect a modest downtick for bonds but an uptick for loans, with both rate posting defaults rates of 4.5%
While the need to shelter in place obviously fueled housing demand, the quick and aggressive policy response of the Fed played a big role too.
Pretium Founder and CEO, Don Mullen participated in the discussion “Credit is a Cycle: Finding Opportunity in Turmoil” alongside other industry experts at the 2020 Milken Institute Global Conference.
Pretium Portfolio Manager, Roberta Goss, was featured in the Creditflux quarterly report where she explained why opportunities in credit and loans are currently unparalleled.
Pretium 2020 Mid-Year Housing Outlook
We believe a meaningful, multi-year increase in leveraged credit market distress has begun and expect defaults and losses to increase through 2021.
We believe the single-family rental sector is well positioned to capitalize on the structural imbalances in residential real estate.
Vertical Integration Key to Generating Long-Term Outsized Returns
Over the past 10 years, U.S. households have significantly de-levered and de-risked their balance sheets, standing in sharp contrast to the incremental leverage and risk added by U.S. corporate borrowers and the federal government.
Post-crisis mortgage regulation created two classes of mortgage loans, “qualified mortgages” and “non-qualified mortgages,” based on certain loan characteristics including income verification and debt to income ratios.