Securitization is the process by which residential and commercial real property mortgage loans are bundled and sold to investors. Securitization can occur months after origination, or it could occur immediately after origination. However, not all loans are securitized.
Investors such as Goldman Sachs, DeutscheBank, Countrywide, Wells Fargo, etc. routinely sell or purchase large blocks of loans and place them into trusts or REMICs (Real Estate Mortgage Investment Conduits). Shares of those are then sold to other investors.
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