Higher loss severities on foreclosures will push servicers to short sales in 2011: Fitch
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Except for office loans, all property types experienced higher loss severities in 2009, with hotel and multifamily leading in loss severities at 81.9% and 58.0%, respectively. This high loss severity for hotel loans reflects only seven dispositions with losses, although they currently lead in outstanding delinquencies.
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In fact, short sales on homes with subprime loans incur loss severities about 20 percent lower than loss severities incurred on REO sales, according to Fitch. For now, Fitch does not expect any declines in loss severities, but moving forward, the agency expects lower loss severities on currently performing loans that fall delinquent.
We are already seeing home prices double dip in many markets, and that is expected to continue at least through the first half of 2011. One way to mitigate the losses is through short sales. ‘short sales generally experience recovery rates about 10 percent higher than foreclosure sales,’ according to Fitch.
According to a report from Fitch Ratings, loss. servicers have over the past few years increasingly worked to resolve problem loans through alternatives such as loan modifications and short sales.
The cumulative historical average is 37.2%. Analysts with Fitch Ratings expect the loss severities to remain above the cumulative average through 2011. Assets liquidated today will be those unlikely to see a cash flow improvement as a result of an extension or modification. Concurrently, special servicers are continuing to see a high volume of.
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