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Pumping the Brakes

Jim Albertelli and Stacy Mestayer of Voxtur explain why the housing slowdown could prove to be a boon for mortgage servicing.

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The View From 25 Years in

Sean Ryan, CEO of Aspen Grove Solutions, speaks to DS News about leveraging tech to aid mortgage servicers, lessons learned from two and a half decades in the industry, and the keys to the company’s longevity.

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Seriously Delinquent Borrowers Struggling to Recover

According to CoreLogic, the nation’s delinquency rate in the U.S. in February 2022 hit its lowest recorded point since at least January 1999, as found in its monthly Loan Performance Insights Report.  In February of this year, some 3.2% of ...

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Setting the Bar High

DS News had a chance to speak with Legal League Chair Stephen M. Hladik and Legal League Vice Chair J. Anthony Van Ness, discussing the importance of Legal League 100 for the industry.

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Default Rate Increases for GSE-Backed Loans

The results are in and over the course of the second quarter the default risk of government-sponsored enterprise (GSE) backed loans rose by 0.28% to 1.48% for acquisitions originating in the second quarter.  This data comes from the Milliman Mortgage Default Index (MMDI), which is a lifetime default rate estimate calculated at loan ...

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