The mortgage servicing giant is not having a good week
Ocwen couldn’t catch a break Thursday; immediately after more than 20 states hit the servicer with enforcement orders, the CFPB announced it was suing the company
President Obama signed an act this week that included HUD’s new budget and delayed a program that would have saved borrowers hundreds a year.
As many experts have pointed out, mortgage credit is too tight and a new report suggests the uncertainty around servicing delinquent mortgages may be to blame.
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The failed tests include sending pre-foreclosure letters to borrowers and notifications to people seeking mortgage modifications.
The bank told an independent settlement monitor it has completed more than half of the consumer relief portion of a $13 billion settlement.
The outspoken lawmaker isn't thrilled about a provision in a spending bill that the House passed last week, but she saves most of her criticism for one Wall Street giant.