Ocwen Financial Offers New Loan Modification Program July 26, 2011 Ocwen Financial Corporation has enacted a unique loan modification program designed to.
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Caring in Action – Homeowners. Ocwen, through its subsidiary PHH Mortgage, is one of the leading mortgage servicing companies in America, serving more than two million homeowners. We understand that for many people, their home is their largest asset and the main contributor to their family wealth.
Ocwen unveils new principal reduction program by JON PRIOR. Posted on July 27, 2011 by Bill. Tuesday, July 26th, 2011, 11:37 am . Ocwen Financial Corp. (OCN: 12.98 -0.61%) launched a new modification program to reduce the principal on a mortgage for delinquent borrowers, while compelling them to.
Ocwen also has a history of overcharging delinquent customers and losing loan payments. The list goes on. It is no wonder that Ocwen has been told that it can no longer acquire new mortgage portfolios until it cleans up its own house. The good news is that money is now available to help people who have suffered from Ocwen’s incompetence.
The shared appreciation concept is more than an abstract idea. Servicers such as Ocwen have used such structures as part of their principal reduction efforts with apparent success. Some form of shared appreciation mortgage should be featured in principal reduction programs to limit moral hazard.
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Homeowner Resources. At Ocwen, we know that there is no “one-size-fits-all” solution for homeowners facing financial challenges. That’s why we work directly with our customers to explore a full range of options to help them save money and stay in their homes.
· Of the total amount, Ocwen will utilize roughly $2 billion in offering principal reduction programs to underwater and delinquent borrowers over the next three years.
Principal Forgiveness: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Last week’s announcement by the Federal Housing Finance Agency regarding its economic assessment of a proposed principal reduction program set off another round of debate over the merits of such programs.. Servicers such as Ocwen have.
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