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The Supreme Court is slated to hear arguments Tuesday in a case that could determine when and how borrowers are allowed to cancel their mortgages.
"The jury awarded $16 million but the judge still awarded $160,000 to someone who was not foreclosed on and that's significant," said plaintiff's attorney Stephen Foondos.
In a surprise victory for mortgage servicer PHH Corp., a California judge overturned a $16.2 million jury verdict awarded to a California homeowner in July for a botched loan modification.
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Mortgage executives who have long decried new regulations as excessive are increasingly becoming resigned to the fact that changes are here to stay.
The mortgage industry has to prepare for a new breed of sales person in millennials - that's if they can get them interested in the first place.
Making the GSEs out to be the villains of the mortgage crisis is an easy sell to a fearful and angry public, but doesn’t make it true. Partly due to this mindset, housing markets remain held hostage.
Most of the securitized single-family market is currently exempt, but only a tiny part of the commercial equivalent is. However, nonexempt commercial will get more expensive to issue, and the single-family exemption could change.
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