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Volume 28 - Number 16

July 31, 2017

Downloads Available: Mortgage Servicing Complaints: 1Q16-2Q17


Spike in Mortgage Servicing Complaints Belies Mixed Results

As previously reported, the only area of mortgage-related consumer complaints that saw an increase in the second quarter was servicing, which saw a jump of 17.5 percent. But a deeper dive into the data shows a more complex and nuanced performance by the industry during that period of time, one perhaps dominated by extremes. As the chart on the following page illustrates, a handful of companies saw triple digit increases from the first quarter to the second, with Bayview Loan Servicing leading the way with a 152.6 percent surge. There was also a second tier of big increases in the upper double digits, led by TD Bank, which registered a leap of 90.9 percent...

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