Summary: Hawaii Hsg Fin & Dev Corp; Revenue - Housing, Other Jun 98
- ID: 2026893
- June 1998
- Region: Hawaii
- Standard & Poors
The rating on Hawaii Housing Finance & Development Corp.'s bonds reflects increasing asset strength and cash flow performance, along with sufficient liquidity and credit coverage for loan losses and a good investment portfolio. Series 1998A and B bond proceeds will be used by the corporation to purchase FNMA MBS, fund reserves, and refund outstanding bonds. The indenture's purpose collateral consists of single-family FNMA MBS (77%), FHA-insured single-family mortgages (13%), and conventionally insured single-family mortgages (10%). Standard & Poor's anticipates a continued strengthening of the program's asset base as mortgages pay off and are replaced by new FNMA MBS. The increasing dominance of FNMA MBS assets offsets the mortgage portfolio's vulnerability to recent property value declines associated with the state's tourist-based...
Companies mentioned in this report are: Hawaii Hsg Comnty Dev Corp
Action: New Rating
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