Mortgage Buybacks

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September 16, 2016 - Inside Mortgage Trends

TRID Led to More Compliance-Related Defects

Mortgage lenders were making big strides in reducing the number of loan defects related to documentation just as the new integrated disclosure rule took effect, leading to a surge in compliance-related defects. That’s according to a new report based on an analysis of the post-closing quality control data associated with more than 50,000 mortgages that was performed by ACES Risk Management Corp., otherwise known as ARMCO, a provider of web-based audit technology ...


September 16, 2016 - Inside Mortgage Trends

Bank Repurchases Bounce Higher in 2Q16

Mortgage repurchase activity by banks and thrifts took an unexpected turn higher during the second quarter, according to a new Inside Mortgage Trends analysis of call reports. Call reports show that banks and thrifts repurchased $804.1 million of single-family mortgages, or otherwise indemnified a buyer, during the second quarter. That was up $40.0 million or 5.2 percent from the first three months of the year and marked the second straight quarterly ... [Includes one data chart]


September 2, 2016 - Inside The GSEs

IDR Update Includes New Intermediary Dispute Process

The GSEs recently introduced a new loan dispute procedure that lenders should use prior to engaging a third-party arbitrator. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac launched their independent dispute resolution process early in the year as the final piece to the representation-and-warranties framework to help prevent buybacks.This process uses a neutral third-party arbitrator to determine a final, binding decision about whether there was a loan violation.However, the new impasse and management escalation process, announced last week, is intended to serve as an intermediary between the normal loan dispute appeal process and the final IDR process for seller/servicers.


September 2, 2016 - Inside Mortgage Trends

Seller Buybacks of GSE Loans Sank to Record Low in 2Q16, More Unresolved

Lender buybacks of mortgages sold to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac may never completely disappear, but they are shrinking fast – especially when compared to soaring new business volume at the two government-sponsored enterprises. A new Inside Mortgage Trends analysis reveals that lenders repurchased, or made other indemnification, some $250.1 million of loans during the second quarter of 2016. That was the lowest quarterly ... [Includes two data charts]


August 12, 2016 - Inside MBS & ABS

JPMorgan, FDIC Near Settlement with Defunct WaMu, DOJ Asks Second Circuit for Another Shot at ‘HUSTLE’

JPMorgan Chase is a step closer to settling a dispute with Deutsche Bank and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. over certain mortgage securitization agreements in connection with the government’s takeover of failed mortgage lender Washington Mutual. According to Chase’s most recent 10-Q filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the firm, Deutsche Bank and the FDIC have signed a term sheet to resolve pending litigation brought by the German bank against Chase and the FDIC in relation to WaMu as well as Chase’s outstanding indemnification claims pursuant to the terms of the purchase-and-assumption agreement with the FDIC. The term sheet is subject...


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