Items Tagged with 'nonbank lenders'

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  • Here’s how much Mr. Cooper is paying to buy Pacific Union Financial

    SEC filing reveals financial details
    On Tuesday, Mr. Cooper, the nonbank formerly known as Nationstar Mortgage, officially confirmed that the company finalized its acquisition of Pacific Union Financial, a development that HousingWire first reported on Monday. What wasn’t known at the time or disclosed in Mr. Cooper’s announcement about the deal is how much Mr. Cooper is paying to buy Pacific Union, but an SEC filing reveals the financial details of the deal.
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  • Mr. Cooper acquires Pacific Union Financial

    Closes on acquisition first reported by HousingWire in November
    Mr. Cooper, the nonbank formerly known as Nationstar Mortgage, has now finalized its acquisition of Pacific Union Financial, a deal that was first reported by HousingWire in November. At the time, Mr. Cooper said that it planned on closing on the Pacific Union acquisition in “early 2019.” HousingWire can now report that the acquisition has been finalized.
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  • OCC to begin offering bank charters to nonbank fintech companies

    Move already angering state regulators
    Tuesday was a big day for fintech companies. In addition to the Department of the Treasury rolling out a series of proposals that could alter the playing field for fintech companies, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency also announced Tuesday that it will begin offering bank charters to nonbank fintech companies.
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  • Hey lenders, are you ready for 5.2M more homeowners?

    3 experts provide a roadmap for the future of lending
    By 2025, it is predicted that there will be 5.2 million more homeowners. And of this number, people born in the 80s and 90s, also known as Millennials, are expected to dominate the home-buying market. So what does the mortgage industry need to do to meet the upcoming demand? A recent HousingWire webinar asked three experts to talk about what the future looks like for the industry.
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  • SoFi officially licensed to lend in New York

    State estimated to be future No. 2 market for SoFi
    After roughly a year to get finalized, SoFi officially received its license to lend in New York, which is one of the most difficult states to acquire a license in, Michael Tannenbaum, SoFi’s chief revenue officer, said in an interview. And now with New York under it's belt, Tannenbaum touches on a strong mortgage future ahead for SoFi.
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