On Loan # 1, there have been 11 out of the last 18 months where WAWS simply paid nothing on the principal of the loan; and 2 more months where less than the "full payment" was made.
On Loan #2, all but 1 month were paid.
But through the wonders of fuzzy government accounting, WAWS booked those missed payments not as "defaulted debt" but as something called a "deferred expense asset".
This would be like if you stop paying your credit cards, let them default, and then call the cash you saved by not paying your bills an "asset".
This is house government financing works.
It would be hilarious if it wasn't the public's money.