Items Tagged with 'PHH Mortgage'

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  • Ocwen loses more than $100 million for 4th straight year

    2017 loss of $128.5 million is $70.9 million improvement over 2016
    Just as the company predicted one year ago, Ocwen Financial suffered another year deep in the red in 2017, posting its fourth straight yearly loss of more than $100 million. But, at least Ocwen’s net losses are trending in the right direction.
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  • Ocwen buying PHH for $360 million in cash

    Deal comes after years of business hiccups for both companies
    In a deal that seemingly comes out of nowhere, Ocwen Financial announced Tuesday afternoon that it is buying PHH Corp. for $360 million in cash. The deal comes after years of turmoil for both companies that led to significant shifts in each companies' business. Click the headline for the full details of the deal.
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  • NYDFS hits PHH with six-figure fine for failing to maintain single zombie home

    Investigation found PHH failed to maintain New Lebanon home for over 6 months
    Back in 2016, the state of New York enacted “sweeping” new laws aimed at reforming the state’s foreclosure process and addressing the state’s issues with zombie homes. And Thursday, the New York Department of Financial Services showed that the threat of a fine for improperly maintaining a zombie home is not an empty one.
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  • DOJ suing Northwest Trustee Services for illegally foreclosing on veterans

    Claims foreclosure trustee violated Servicemembers Civil Relief Act
    “Our investigation revealed that Northwest Trustee Services repeatedly failed to comply with laws that are meant to ensure our service members do not have to fight a two front war – one on behalf of all of us, and the other against illegal foreclosures,” U.S. Attorney Annette Hayes said.
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  • PHH promotes Madeline Flanagan to senior vice president and general counsel

    Replaces William Brown, who is stepping down as part of leadership changes
    PHH announced Monday that Madeline Flanagan will succeed William Brown as senior vice president and general counsel of PHH, effective Jan. 1, 2018. Brown is set to depart as part of series of leadership changes that included Robert Crowl replacing Glenn Messina as the company's president and CEO.
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  • PHH finalizes sale of Freddie Mac mortgage servicing rights portfolio to New Residential

    Moves closer to complete sale of MSR portfolio
    At the end of last year, PHH announced that it planned to sell off its entire mortgage servicing rights portfolio in a massive deal with New Residential Investment. Now, that process is moving closer to being complete, as PHH disclosed Monday that it recently completed the sale of “substantially all” of its Freddie Mac MSR portfolio to New Residential.
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  • LenderLive officially takes over PHH private-label mortgage operations

    PHH's business shift continues
    Earlier this year, LenderLive Network announced that it would be taking over PHH Mortgage Corporation’s private-label fulfillment operations in Jacksonville, Florida. That transition is now complete. According to LenderLive, the company is now processing, underwriting and closing loans on an outsourced basis for PHH fulfillment clients served out of the Jacksonville facility.
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  • PHH shakes up senior leadership, CEO Glen Messina departing

    Chief Financial Officer Robert Crowl tabbed as replacement
    Over the last few years, it’s been a two-pronged battle for PHH Corp. On one side, the company is locked in a legal war with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. On the other side, PHH’s business has undergone dramatic shifts. One of the few constants during this time of transition has been the company’s CEO, Glen Messina. But that’s not the case anymore.
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  • PHH laying off more employees in New York

    Cuts will leave company with 30 employees in region
    Given the headlines of late, it may be easy to forget that PHH Mortgage Corp’s landmark battle with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau isn’t the only issue the company is facing. The company is also in the middle of a significant shift in its business, necessitated by substantial changes in its mortgage servicing operations.
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