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Volume 2014 - Number 10

May 9, 2014

Nonbanks Hungry for Servicing as Transfers Slow

In April, William Erbey, chairman of Ocwen Financial, claimed that servicing sales to nonbanks had essentially stopped due to an investigation launched in February by the New York Department of Financial Services. “Nothing is really being put out for bid right now,” Erbey said during the earnings call for Home Loan Servicing Solutions, where he is also chairman. However, major nonbank servicers expect that the slowdown is temporary, with significant transfers likely to resume ...

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