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Volume 2014 - Number 11

May 23, 2014

Walter Fails Servicing Settlement Metrics

Servicing problems are being addressed “quickly and effectively” by the servicers subject to the $25 billion national servicing settlement, save for Walter Investment Management’s Green Tree Servicing, according to Joseph Smith, the settlement’s monitor. In a report released last week, Smith said Green Tree failed eight metrics tested in the second half of 2013, while Bank of America, Citi, JPMorgan Chase, Ocwen and Wells Fargo passed all of their settlement tests ...

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