House Bill Looks to Kill Yield Spread Premiums

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When a buyer gets a mortgage that includes a yield spread premium, he typically avoids having to pay the broker’s fee (or the origination fee) up front. Origination fees usually fall between 0.5% and 1% of the loan amount. With a $250,000 loan, for example, a homebuyer might have to pay their broker between $1,250 and $2,500.

Yield spread premium abuse by mortgage brokers is collecting a rebate from the lender for delivering a high-rate loan, without the knowledge of the borrower. The way to eliminate the abuse while retaining rebates, which are valuable to many borrowers, is to enact a rule that all rebates must be credited to borrowers, who would then have to authorize the payment to brokers.

Why calculate Yield Spread Premium (YSP)? The YSP is the premium paid by the lender to the broker for originating a loan. Mortgage loan wholesale rates are not passed to consumers directly; rather, a mortgage broker is offered the lender’s rate and brokers pass a retail price to consumers.

Suppose that the current one year T-Bill rate and one year expected rates over the next three years are as follows: 6%, 7%, 7.5% and 7.85%. Using the unbiased expectations theory calculate the current long term rates for two, three and four year maturities.

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The three-year Treasury and the five-year Treasury are now slightly inverted with the one-year Treasury Bill yielding a scant 4 basis points less in yield than the two year at yesterday’s close. The.