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3 Ways for Servicers to Tackle the Default Servicing Challenges

eBook: 3 Ways for Servicers to Tackle Default Servicing Challenges

The coronavirus pandemic has put mortgage servicers to the test, with record-low rates, skyrocketing unemployment, and rising delinquencies creating a surge in forbearance requests ...
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Limiting Mortgage Default Servicing Hassles in Turbulent Times

Limiting Mortgage Default Servicing Hassles in Turbulent Times

As per WSJ  reports, "the current recession has made it particularly hard to determine who is creditworthy: Millions of Americans are behind on their debts ...
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Tackling Challenges in Mortgage Loan Servicing – Ways to Do It

Mortgage loan servicing business is experiencing significant challenges due to the COVID-19 crisis. With a rise in defaults, driven by surging unemployment, servicers are ...
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Implementation of Adverse Market Refinance Fee Delayed – The Impact on the Refi Market

Implementation of Adverse Market Refinance Fee Delayed – The Impact on the Refi Market

Doug Duncan, the chief economist at Fannie Mae, says be ready to refinance because mortgage rates are going even lower. And top of that ...
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Streamlining Mortgage Default Servicing: Unavailable Staff & Right Tech

Streamlining Mortgage Default Servicing: Unavailable Staff & Right Tech

Mortgage delinquencies have surged more than 8% to a 9-year high as the coronavirus pandemic hits a corner of the mortgage market and the ...
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Mortgage Operations Post-Lockdown: Things to Prepare for

Mortgage Operations Post-Lockdown: Things to Prepare for

As many businesses begin the slow process of returning to work and bringing employees back from remote working, there are many areas to think ...
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How Servicers Can Improve Processes in Mortgage Default Processing

How Servicers Can Improve Processes in Mortgage Default Processing

With the rise in forbearance volumes servicers, must rethink their mortgage default servicing operations and technology. Improving the mortgage loan servicing process will help ...
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Partnering Servicers to Support Their Loss Mitigation Efforts

Partnering Servicers to Support Their Loss Mitigation Efforts

With the COVID-19 pandemic severely hurting the economy and unemployment levels skyrocketing, many homeowners are struggling to keep up with their mortgage payments. To ...
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Update for Lenders Looking to Close Mortgage Loans Electronically

Ginnie Mae announced a major step in modernizing its platform, allowing so-called “digital collateral” or electronic promissory notes and other loan files as collateral ...
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What Lenders Can Do to Clear Conditions Faster

What Lenders Can Do to Clear Conditions Faster

The housing market is currently witnessing a major surge, thanks to record-low mortgage rates. According to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s seasonally adjusted index, mortgage ...
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Foreclosure Prevention Actions Helping Troubled Homeowners

Foreclosure Prevention Actions Helping Troubled Homeowners

I think the last 2-3 months has seen a big change in the mortgage industry with low-interest rates and the pandemic. Who would have ...
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Mailbox Can Streamline Default Operations for Servicers

Mailbox Can Streamline Default Operations for Servicers

The mortgage industry has been deeply impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. Black Knight reported that nearly 4.1 million homeowners are in forbearance programs, representing ...
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Lending and Servicing in a New World: Navigating the Changing Landscape

Lending and Servicing in a New World – Navigating the Changing Landscape

Lenders and Servicers need to stay abreast of market changes, understand them well, and adapt their business practices to suit the new normal. While ...
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Mortgage Loans in Forbearance Rising Rapidly - What can Servicers do to Manage the Deluge?

Mortgage Loans in Forbearance Rising Rapidly – What Can Servicers Do to Manage the Deluge?

The Mortgage Bankers Association's (MBA) in a recent release revealed that the total number of loans now in forbearance increased to 7.91% of servicers' ...
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Appreciating our Covid-19 Hero - Viju Davis

Appreciating Our Covid-19 Hero – Viju Davis

Covid-19 has officially been designated a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). Originating from Wuhan, the coronavirus has affected every person and place ...
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No Lump Sum required at the End of Forbearance

No Lump Sum Required at the End of Forbearance, as per FHFA

In a recent article, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) has confirmed that borrowers in forbearance with a Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac (the ...
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FHFA Purchasing Loans in Forbearance that Were Previously Ineligible

Enterprises to Purchase Qualified Loans in Forbearance to Keep the Lending Flowing

Earlier this week, Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) in a release, announced that enterprises will purchase qualified loans in forbearance to keep the lending ...
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Ways for Servicers to Manage COVID-induced Delinquencies

Ways for Servicers to Manage COVID-induced Delinquencies

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic is posing a significant challenge. Experts are not in a position to quantify or project the delinquency numbers, as per ...
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