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Volume 25 - Number 24

November 24, 2014

Numerous Other Servicing Changes Proposed in CFPB Amendments

There are eight other subject areas included in the CFPB’s 490-page proposed rulemaking to amend its 2013 mortgage servicing rules, above and beyond the extensive amount of revisions to loss mitigation practices, as highlighted above. The first of those has to do with successors in interest – people who inherit or receive property when there is still an outstanding mortgage loan on the property. The bureau is proposing three sets of rule changes relating to successors in interest, the first of which is to apply all of its mortgage servicing rules to a successor in interest once a servicer confirms that a person is a successor in interest. Second, the bureau is proposing rules relating to how a mortgage servicer makes ...

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