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Residential Credit: Deleveraging and Regulatory Changes Provide Opportunity
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.
Non-Qualifying Mortgages: Introduction and Investment Considerations
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.
Pretium Completes Acquisition of Selene Holdings
Joe Davila named Chief Executive Officer and President
Pretium Completes Acquisition of Deephaven Mortgage from Värde Partners
Pretium and Värde Partners today confirmed the completion of their previously announced agreement for Pretium to acquire Deephaven Mortgage LLC (“Deephaven”) from Värde Partners.
Residential Real Estate Correlations and Rate Sensitivity
Home prices exhibit a stronger correlation to GDP growth and employment growth than interest rates due to the generally pro-cyclical nature of housing values.
Pretium to Acquire Deephaven Mortgage from Värde Partners
Pretium and Värde Partners announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement for Pretium to acquire Deephaven Mortgage LLC from Värde Partners.
2019 U.S. Housing Market Outlook
We expect structural imbalances in the U.S. housing market will continue, leading to further tightening of fundamentals and higher shelter costs.
2019 Credit Market Outlook
Pretium is constructive on the near-term outlook for the U.S. economy, but risks to forward growth are mounting from late-cycle headwinds and potential downside risks from domestic and global policy.
Implications of Rising Mortgage Rates for the SFR Business
In our view, the sharp change in homeowner affordability, coupled with strong housing demand and tight supply, is likely to drive significant rental demand from households priced out of homeownership due to cost or credit.
Pretium Partners Acquires Selene Holdings
Pretium Partners, LLC (“Pretium”), an investment management firm focused on real estate, mortgage finance and corporate credit with over $10 billion in assets under management, today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Selene Holdings LLC (“Selene”) from funds managed by Oaktree Capital Management, L.P. (“Oaktree”) and Ranieri Partners LLC (“Ranieri”).
Next Default Cycle Will Look More Like 2000
To compare credit cycles, we look at three critical factors including the length of a default cycle, its magnitude, and severity of loss.
2018 U.S. Housing Outlook Mid-Year Update
The U.S. economy is performing well, supported by healthy job growth, corporate tax reform and elevated consumer and business confidence.
Pretium Partners Raises More Than $1 Billion For Single-Family Rental Platform
Total equity capital committed during the fundraising period exceeded $1 billion, including SFR Fund II and targeted commitments from separately managed accounts pursuing SFR strategies.
Charles “Chaz” E. Mueller, Jr. Named Progress Residential Chief Executive Officer
Progress Residential, a leading owner and operator of high-quality single-family homes for rent, formed by alternative investment manager Pretium Partners, LLC, today announced that Chaz Mueller has joined Progress Residential as Chief Executive Officer.
Pretium Partners Expands Credit Management Business with Acquisition of NewMark Capital Assets
Last week, Pretium reached an agreement to assume management of two CLOs that are currently managed by NewMark Capital LLC. NewMark Capital Funding 2013-1 CLO Ltd and NewMark Capital Funding 2014-2 CLO Ltd currently hold approximately US$750 million in assets.
2018 U.S. Housing Fundamentals and Single-Family Rental Outlook
The compression in housing availability during a period of improving economic growth and sustained housing demand drove another year of rental rate and home price growth.