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August 1, 2014

What We’re Hearing: Look Out Below Ocwen? / Look Out Below Nationstar? / Regarding Fannie and Freddie: Did Treasury Know Three Years Ago They Were Turning the Corner? / What Constitutes Being ‘Under Investigation’? / A HUD Official Comes Clean

By Paul Muolo

Next week, Nationstar Mortgage reports its second quarter results. If the company misses the targets set by investment bankers, it could be a blood bath…

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