The Mortgage Bankers Association is working with representatives from Wall Street on a proposal that could make Ginnie Mae home loans more appealing to borrowers.

The MBA wants more loans to qualify as a type of Ginnie Mae security that trades easily. The so-called Ginnie Mae I securities have relatively predictable prepayment rates, so Wall Street doesn't demand higher yields to offset volatility.

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