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The Exchange: The Way Forward

Larry Cordell, SVP, Risk Assessment, Data Analysis, and Research Group, and Xudong An, AVP, Supervision, Regulation, and Credit, both of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, speak about foreclosure trends as borrowers continue exiting forbearance.

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Servicers Open the Lines of Communication

Michael Merritt of BOK Financial sat down with DS News to explain how the lessons learned from the financial crisis of 2008 smoothed a path of communication between servicers and their clients during the pandemic.

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Rising to the Occasion

From regulatory scrutiny to the changing needs and preferences of borrowers, mortgage servicers have a lot on their plate in 2022. A pair of recent Five Star webinars examined the best ways forward.

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Forbearance Activity Begins to Tick Upward

The economic recovery that has occurred since the pandemic began has been nothing short of amazing, but the latest data shows that forbearance activity is beginning to pick up.  According to Black Knight’s McDash Flash daily mortgage performance dataset, which ...

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Forbearance Exits Continue to Rise

The number of homeowners in forbearance plans fell further in December, as the MBA estimates that just 705,000 U.S. homeowners are currently in some stage of forbearance.

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