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A Guiding Light for Borrowers in Forbearance

John Vella, Chief Revenue Officer of Selene Finance LP, sits down with DS News to discuss the state of the servicing sector, as well as lessons learned from listening and working with borrowers on the path to a successful resolution of their forbearance plans.

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Ginnie Mae Loans in Forbearance Rise in August

While overall mortgage servicers’ portfolio volume of loans in forbearance continues to dwindle, Ginnie Mae loans in forbearance increased in August, with approximately 360,000 U.S. homeowners currently in forbearance plans.

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Lessons Learned From Pandemic Servicing

Subject matter experts from Mr. Cooper, Richey May, Sagent, and The Basis Point discuss the health of America's $12 trillion mortgage servicing industry, asking, “Are we in a golden age of mortgage servicing?”

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Are Delinquency Numbers Stabilizing?

According to the Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank, delinquencies and forbearance markets may have begun to flatten out as forbearances have posted about a half-million in mortgages, delinquencies posted numbers of around 2 million, and foreclosure starts hovering around 30,000 per ...

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Have Forbearances ‘Reached a Floor?’

The number of homeowners in forbearance plans has dropped by 35,000 month-over-month, however the number of those entering and exiting Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and Ginnie Mae loans is nearly equal for these loan types.

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Forbearance Data: Exits, Results & More

MBA reports the overall forbearance rate in June nearly plateaued, with just a four-basis-point month-over-month decline, as approximately 405,000 homeowners in the U.S. remain in forbearance plans.

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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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