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Volume 2014 - Number 6

February 13, 2014

Mortgage Brokers Optimistic About Their Future Despite Green Tree Pulling Out

Green Tree Loan Servicing is the latest lender to turn away mortgage brokers, a move that in years past might create pangs of anxiety in the industry. But brokers have seen this movie before – many times – and they appear to be just fine with the latest news. “I know companies are still getting out, but we’re also seeing a number of companies stepping up to the plate,” said Don Frommeyer, senior vice president of Amtrust Mortgage Funding. Asked whether there are fewer options for brokers these days, he said...

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