Pool factor

Pool factor

The outstanding principal balance divided by the original principal balance with the result expressed as a decimal. Pool factors are published monthly by the Bond Buyer newspaper for Ginnie Mae, Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac (Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation) MBSs.
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Series 2001-WF1 has a pool factor (current aggregate mortgage loan balance as percentage of the original balance) of 7%.
For series 2002-HE1, the transaction is 59 months seasoned; has a pool factor of 7%; cumulative losses of 2.
The transaction has paid down to a pool factor of .
Series 2003-BC8 is seasoned 40 months and the pool factor (current mortgage loan principal outstanding as a percentage of the initial pool) is 16%.
The pool factor (current principal balance as a percentage of original) is approximately 17%.
The transaction, comprising FHA and VA loans, has a pool factor (current principal balance as a percentage of original balance) of 23% and is 66 months seasoned.
As of the November 2006 distribution date, the transaction is seasoned 45 months, and the pool factor (current mortgage loan principal outstanding as a percentage of the initial pool) is 10%.
25, 2006 distribution date, series 1999-1 Group 2 has a pool factor (current mortgage loans outstanding as a percentage of the initial pool) of 5%.
Series 2001-AM1, aged 59 months, has a pool factor of approximately 5.
SARM 2004-11 is seasoned 26 months and the pool factor (current principal balance as a percentage of original) is 19%.
The pool is 52 months seasoned and has a pool factor of 7%.
For fixed-rate 2004 vintage transactions, the pool factors (current collateral balance as a percentage of initial collateral balance) range from 20.