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Volume 18 - Number 14

July 6, 2018

Fannie Mae Servicer Seterus the Foreclosure King of California?

Seterus, a servicing vendor working for Fannie Mae, foreclosed on 2,762 homes in California during 2017, more than any other servicer – by far – according to a report issued by the California Department of Business Oversight. The year prior, Seterus, which is controlled by IBM, foreclosed on 4,265 units, the state found. The figures cover only firms that are California licensees. The runner-up in California foreclosures last year was Nationstar Mortgage with 1,410 actions, down 15.4 percent from 2016.

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The broker. It’s his/her client.
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