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Volume 2014 - Number 18

May 8, 2014

A New Concept is Floated: Maybe Fannie And Freddie Servicing Fees Are Too Low

Should Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac increase the 25 basis point servicing fee they pay mortgage companies that service their loans? The issue was apparently raised by at least one mortgage executive at a recent advisory board meeting that Fannie held with some of its customers. Two servicing advisors with knowledge of the meeting confirmed the story, but few in the industry believe that any type of increase is being contemplated at this time. One major concern centers...

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In 2016, what have you been paying your retail residential loan officers, on average, as a commission?

25 to 50 basis points per loan
51 to 75 bps
76 to 100 bps
101 to 150 bps
More than 150 bps
We’re a call center lender and don’t disclose that data point.

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