Mortgage servicer Walter Investment Management Corp. (WAC) just priced a previously announced senior-note offering, with the firm selling $575 million in notes due in 2021.

The notes will pay interest semi-annually at a rate of 7.875% per year.  

Using the expected proceeds of approximately $563.5 million, the Tampa-based company intends to finance the acquisition of more mortgage servicing rights in addition to covering other credit arrangements and general corporate expenses.

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