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FHFA Inspector General counters: Here's why nonbanks need prudent regulation

Nonbanks hold $1.4 trillion of $10 trillion market
July 1, 2014
The Federal Housing Finance Agency Office of the Inspector General suggests the FHFA establish a risk management process unique to nonbank special servicers. This is to better oversee how the GSEs control inherent risks in transferring mortgage servicing rights and performing large scale servicing operations.
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Ocwen sends mortgage settlement claim forms to 26,000 in Florida

Residents eligible for $17.8 million of total settlement of $125 million
June 30, 2014
“This settlement fund provides Floridians who lost their homes to foreclosure some financial relief for mortgage servicing misconduct and foreclosure abuse,” Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi said.
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What will Ocwen do with its big pile of cash?

Ocwen to potentially venture outside of mortgage servicing
June 20, 2014
“We believe the company is close to announcing it will be expanding into another area beyond mortgage servicing, such as title insurance or other consumer servicing," Compass Point said.
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Ocwen pays Massachusetts $3.7 million to resolve foreclosure claims

$3 million goes to Massachusetts homeowners
June 17, 2014
In its latest settlement, Ocwen Financial Services agreed to pay $3.7 million to resolve claims that it failed to provide certain notices to homeowners in Massachusetts.
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Ocwen will stop using mortgage gag orders

Prevents the rare times it was used
June 3, 2014
"To clarify, Ocwen has never required non-disparagement clauses for mortgage modifications. Our agreement with the DFS deals with the highly unusual situation where there is a legal settlement agreement with a borrower," John Britti, chief investment officer at Ocwen, said.
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Ocwen Exec: We do not require "gag clauses" for modifications

Nonbank servicers remain on chopping block
May 23, 2014
Contrary to trending reports, Ocwen Financial announced it does not require “gag clauses” for modifications.
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Nonbanks expect big year for MSRs

Nationstar, Walter, Ocwen, soar on HW 30
May 8, 2014
Nonbanks are experiencing a strong day on the stock market, following positive first-quarter earning reports. MSR transfer activity is still occurring and more importantly, the long-term pipeline of opportunities is very healthy.
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Ocwen: Wells Fargo MSR deal on indefinite hold

Company promotes chief financial officer
May 1, 2014
Ocwen Financial Services’ $2.7 billion mortgage-servicing rights transaction with Wells Fargo remains on an indefinite hold, the company said on its first-quarter earnings conference call.
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Altisource stock yo-yo's after Lawsky’s callout

April 21, 2014
Altisource’s stock bounced all over the map after news of New York State’s Department of Financial Services Superintendent Benjamin Lawsky's letter broke on HousingWire.
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Lawsky demands answers about Ocwen, Altisource and Hubzu

Letter comes days after Ocwen CEO says Lawsky holding up MSRs
April 21, 2014
Things are heating up in the conflict between New York's top bank regulator and Ocwen Financial Services, just days after Ocwen's CEO said Lawsky's office is putting a freeze on the MSR marketplace.
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