ResCap To Shed 700 More Jobs Amid Subprime Turndown

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 · Residential Capital home-lending unit of GMAC announced it would eliminate as many as 700 workers, or 5 percent of its American work force. in addition to the reduction of 460 jobs announced in March [by WMC]. cuts follow a $651 million fourth-quarter operating loss at ResCap [GMAC].

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 · On Mr. Lockhart’s watch, both Freddie and Fannie had plunged into the riskiest part of the market, gobbling up more than $400 billion in subprime and other alternative mortgages.

In other words, ResCap, an aggressive mortgage lender during the credit boom, faces a serious cash crunch as more and more Americans default on mortgages. In fact, parent GMAC had to top-up ResCap’s coffers by $2b in 2007 just to meet ResCap’s debt covenants, which require net worth of $5.4b at end of each quarter.

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 · But the subprime woes have spread to ResCap–and perhaps more so than to other lenders. It hasn’t posted a profit since the third quarter of 2006, months before problems surfaced at other subprime.

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SHIT JOBS – The Canadian economy unexpectedly shed 7200 jobs in March, its first. Canada’s two most populous provinces, Ontario and Quebec, shed. Last Update: 1/16/2007 10:22:30 PM NEW YORK (MarketWatch) – Residential. GMAC ResCap to cut 1,000 jobs in mortgage-related business. grapples with " the continued deterioration" in the subprime mortgage sector.

There were some 86,126 mortgage job cuts in 2007, and countless more in subsequent years as major institutions like Countrywide Financial, IndyMac, and Washington Mutual all shuttered. Even though it has been roughly a decade since the downturn began, mortgage companies are still facing the consequences of getting involved in what was then a.

The median home price has grown 74 percent since then, according to data accompanying the report. First-quarter home sellers in the Springs MSA had lived in their homes an average of 6.73 years, 10.3 percent below the average homeownership tenure in the last quarter of 2018 and down 0.2 percent year over year.