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  • Former Clayton Holdings execs band together to found new due diligence firm

    New Diligence Advisors backed by Ranieri and Oaktree’s Selene Holdings
    Last year, private mortgage insurer Radian Group announced that it was going restructure its services business, which is conducted through its principal subsidiary Clayton Holdings, due to “recent underperformance below expectations.” Now, three former Clayton executives are partnering up to launch a new due diligence firm that will directly compete with Clayton for business.
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  • American Mortgage Consultants takes out big loan to buy JCIII & Associates

    Secures large senior credit facility from Monroe Capital
    Late last month, HousingWire reported that American Mortgage Consultants, a third-party loan data verification provider, acquired its major competitor, JCIII & Associates. What wasn’t known at the time was how much American Mortgage Consultants was paying for JCIII & Associates. But more information about the deal is coming to light.
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  • American Mortgage Consultants buys JCIII & Associates

    AMC to become "largest transactional due diligence firm"
    The combined firm will operate under the name AMC and is "now the largest transactional due diligence firm in the residential mortgage space," according to a statement released on the matter. And, here's what the CEO of AMC told HousingWire about the deal.
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  • Richey May & Co. launches new unit

    Unit will advise mortgage firms on M&A activity, compliance issues
    Richey May & Co. adds a new area of focus to its business as compliance and competition heat up in mortgage lending and servicing.
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  • CoreLogic: Mortgage fraud risk continues to decline

    Lenders must strike balance between future regulations, risks
    "Rising prices and a healing housing market make property-related mortgage application fraud less likely, but a higher level of scrutiny on an applicant’s ability to pay increase the propensity to attempt income-related fraud," CoreLogic chief economist Mark Fleming said.
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