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Making Restitution

Another mortgage lender/servicer has fulfilled its obligations under a settlement agreement with the Department of Justice. Read on to see which bank, as well as the terms of the deal. . .

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Fighting Off Foreclosures

The FHFA’s May Foreclosure Prevention Report details the actions Fannie and Freddie took to put the kibosh on foreclosures. Did they pack the right amount of punch … or are the Enterprises down for the count?

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Slow Down Ahead

Though the share of underwater borrowers has fallen for 20 straight quarters, data released today begs an interesting question. Could the days of decline be coming to a close?

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Holding the Line

delinquency

The June 2017 First Look at Mortgage Data revealed mortgage delinquencies aren’t following normal seasonal patterns—but it’s a good thing. Read on to see what they’re doing.

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Forging Ahead

The terms “fast track” and “foreclosures” don’t normally go together, but several industry and government leaders are boldly stepping up to help the heavy system see the light.

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OCC: Servicer Report Card

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency released its first quarterly Mortgage Metric Report for 2017, detailing servicing data for seven major national banks. See how they fared compared to last quarter.

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