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  • From HW Magazine

    LERETA offers complete tax outsourcing program for mortgage servicers

    Focuses exclusively on tax and flood services
    LERETA’s comprehensive spectrum of property tax services range from tax insourcing to standard tax tracking for both escrowed and non-escrowed loans, as well as a complete tax outsourcing program for loan servicers. It also provides real-time flood zone determination services that range from simple delivery of flood zone determinations to complete portfolio life-of-loan tracking.
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  • DOJ loses another top cop on mortgage fraud

    U.S. Attorney for the District of Colorado John Walsh stepping down
    The Department of Justice is about to lose another one of its top cops in its fight against mortgage fraud. The DOJ announced Friday that John Walsh, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Colorado and the co-chair of the DOJ’s Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities Working Group, is stepping down. While with the DOJ, Walsh played a key leadership role in securing a $7 billion settlement with Citigroup over residential mortgage-backed securities and collateralized debt obligations.
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  • LERETA CEO Jim Thornton retiring

    Company names current president John Walsh new CEO
    LERETA, a provider of access to property tax data and flood hazard status information for the mortgage and insurance industries, announced the retirement of Jim Thornton as the company’s chief executive officer, ending a 25-year run with the company.
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  • Leaning on tech solutions to boost lender profits

    The servicing industry is in the midst of a dry spell as companies cut back on employees and lenders find ways to overcome a downturn in refinance applications. To buffer against these dramatic changes, companies are releasing products to help lenders maintain their profits.
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  • SoCal home sales surge to eight-year highs

    Growing inventory providing more homes for buyers
    A widening supply of homes in Southern California caused the market to see a surge in home sales, rising to an eight-year high for that month as buyers were able to find more available homes for sale.
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