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Volume 25 - Number 22

October 27, 2014

Up to 490,000 Homeowners May be Hurt by Flawed Servicing Records

A recent study by Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc., a research and document-processing vendor for the residential mortgage industry, found that nearly half a million homeowners could be negatively affected by inaccurate servicing records. NTC found that out of 2,285,665 servicing database records that were verified against the collateral file, 24,490 loans (1.07 percent) had significant discrepancies. When viewed against roughly 49 million outstanding residential mortgages, that suggests as many as 490,000 homeowners could be affected by faulty servicer database records. “These database inaccuracies might have represented ‘acceptable risk’ in times past – but in today’s compliance-oriented landscape, such a high number of errors could bring increased scrutiny and penalties from CFPB regulators, not to mention ...

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