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Tag Archives: Mortgage Servicers

Servicers Suffer from Disparate Tech

Out-of-sync technologies are holding businesses back, according to a recent report. Additionally, make it hard to serve the millennial homebuyer, who expects a more seamless, digitized solution when purchasing a home. This is largely because tech solutions in today’s post-crisis, highly-regulated industry are product-specific, which creates a “complex ecosystem made up of siloed disparate systems.”

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Are HOAs Taking Advantage of Mortgage Servicers?

While Homeowner Association liens for unpaid assessments typically have priority over second mortgages and other junior liens (because the HOA liens may “relate back to” the HOAs’ previously-recorded declarations), first mortgages receive special treatment in various states, such as Minnesota. Despite that special treatment, HOAs often demand payment of substantial bills by lenders foreclosing first mortgages.

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Updated Final CFPB Rules Increase Servicer Liability

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Cast as “rule clarifications,” the CFPB's updated final mortgage servicer rules do contain a large number of new, additional requirements that are already being discussed and digested by the servicing industry. This select print feature originally appeared in the January 2017 issue of DS News.

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