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February 21, 2014

What We’re Hearing: Nonbank Servicers Get No Respect / Fannie Mae CEO Doesn’t Fear Nonbanks / Freddie Did It First / Ocwen’s Interesting New Bond Deal / Mortgage Vendor About to Announce a Huge Purchase?

By Paul Muolo

Although some regulators have anxiety problems with nonbank servicers, Fannie Mae apparently does not. Meanwhile, a large mortgage vendor M&A deal could be revealed late Friday.

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