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    Accused of making "excessive" debt collection phone calls

    Ditech Financial will pay $1.4 million to the state of Massachusetts to settle charges that the company engaged in “abusive debt collection practices” by excessively calling borrowers to collect payment as well as not property notifying some borrowers of their mortgage information, the state’s attorney general announced recently.

This month in
HousingWire magazine

Cover Story
October/November 2016

Redefining skin in the game

People shouldn’t be worried about the 3% down program. The FHA, USDA and VA have been doing it for years, and with the right guidelines and criteria in place these are great for borrowers. Whatever is best for borrowers and prudent lending standards is what all lenders and originators should be looking to offer.

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A perfect storm in Silicon Valley

Real Estate

Commentary

The keys to making UCD work

Lending