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Volume 14 - Number 10

May 16, 2014

Enterprise Endnotes

Fannie: Single Point of Contact Lessens Foreclosure Risks. Offering a single point of contact who is plugged into the case of a distressed borrower greatly lessens the chance of that mortgage reaching foreclosure, according to a new study from Fannie Mae. During a press call with reporters last week, Leslie Peeler of Fannie’s National Servicing Organization noted that the research conducted by the GSE involving five large – but unnamed – mortgage servicers using the SPOC model concluded that homeowners dealing with the same individual were twice as likely to receive and accept a modification.

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