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Nationstar officially begins transition to Mr. Cooper

Communication sent to customers, MrCooper.com re-launched
When HousingWire sat down late last year with Nationstar Mortgage CEO Jay Bray to discuss the company's transformation into Mr. Cooper, Bray said the rebrand is much more than just a new name for the company. Now, it appears that the transition is officially underway, as some of Nationstar’s customers recently began receiving letters notifying them that the company plans to rebrand as Mr. Cooper "later this year."
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Here's how and why CitiMortgage is leaving mortgage servicing

A deeper dive into a complex deal
CitiMortgage surprised few in the housing business on Monday when it announced that it agreed to a massive mortgage servicing rights deal with New Residential Investment and Nationstar Mortgage. As it often is with deals of this type, the devil is in the details. And one of the details of this deal is that the MSR sale is a precursor to CitiMortgage completely exiting the mortgage servicing business. Here’s a breakdown of how the deal works, and why Citi plans to leave mortgage servicing behind.
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NY AG reportedly investigating Nationstar Mortgage, OneWest Bank reverse mortgage divisions

Still in early stages
New York is ramping up its focus on the practices of reverse mortgage lenders as of late. After introducing plans to increase the regulations surrounding reverse mortgages in the state earlier this month, New York is now reportedly also investigating practices related to the servicing of reverse-mortgages at Financial Freedom, a part of OneWest Bank, and at Champion Mortgage, a unit of Nationstar Mortgage.
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Exclusive: Nationstar CEO Jay Bray on impact of 'surprising' election; higher interest rates

Plus, what does potential regulatory rollback mean for Nationstar's future?
Count Nationstar Mortgage CEO Jay Bray among those who were surprised by the election of Donald Trump, but Bray tells HousingWire that he is looking forward to working with the incoming Trump administration and is cautiously optimistic on the impact that the president-elect could have on the financial services business. Here's part two of HousingWire's exclusive interview with Bray.
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Exclusive: Nationstar CEO Jay Bray on Mr. Cooper, the company's future

HousingWire gets an inside look at Nationstar's big plans
Given the company’s recent radio silence on its massive rebranding efforts, it may seem like Nationstar Mortgage’s transformation into Mr. Cooper is in a perpetual holding pattern. But when one visits Nationstar’s headquarters in the Dallas suburb of Coppell, it’s clear that Mr. Cooper is both the company’s present and its future. In an exclusive interview, HousingWire sat down with Nationstar CEO Jay Bray to find out more about Mr. Cooper and what it means for Nationstar.
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Nationstar Mortgage servicing portfolio now bigger than ever

Net income hits $51 million
The news only got better for Nationstar Mortgage Holdings in the third quarter, as the mortgage servicer recorded its largest servicing portfolio in its history. The positive results are a continued boost from its results last quarter when it reported the best quarter since the second quarter of 2015, coming off a shaky start to the year.
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Fitch: Nationstar's internal improvements solidify servicer standing

Ratings agency cites improved borrower communication as positive
Earlier this year, Nationstar Mortgage announced plans to completely rebrand itself, combining its originations and servicing business under the name Mr. Cooper. At the heart of the company’s rebranding plan was its effort to "change the home loan experience." Reviews are now beginning to come in on Nationstar’s new customer focus, and the early reviews are positive.
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Whither Mr. Cooper? When is Nationstar's rebranding actually going to happen?

Company noticeably silent on rebranding efforts in earnings materials
Earlier this year, Nationstar Mortgage confirmed that the company would be launching a massive rebranding effort, combining its originations and servicing business under the name Mr. Cooper, with a plan to begin using the new name in the summer of 2016. Well, as the calendar ticks towards fall with little movement on the Mr. Cooper front, at least officially, it begs the questions: Is Nationstar actually going to rebrand to Mr. Cooper or not? And if so, when?
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