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September 2013 Archive


COFI Turns Higher
Though it had nearly fallen to a new low a month earlier, the Cost of Funds Index crept higher. A much more popular adjustable-rate index, however, tumbled.

New Business and Delinquency Drop at Fannie
After falling to a nearly five-year low, residential delinquency retreated again at the Federal National Mortgage Association. New business also retreated at the government-controlled enterprise.

Freddie's New CFO Was Ally's CFO 
The former chief financial officer of Ally Financial Inc. will be taking on that same role at the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp.

HUD QM Proposed
A new Qualified Mortgage definition has been proposed for residential loans that are insured by the Federal Housing Administration.

Default Service Provider Hiring Displaced Chase Workers
A company that provides services for distressed home loans is hiring hundreds of New York employees recently laid off by JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Program Cuts TX Downpayments to Under 1 Percent
A wholesale lender is now participating in a program that will enable Texas mortgage brokers to offer loans that require less than 1 percent down.

Prospect Growing Correspondent, Purchase Production and Servicing
A successful bond offering by Prospect Mortgage LLC will enable the company to grow its purchase financing market share, correspondent lending program and mortgage servicing.

Refi Business Rises
While overall mortgage activity was little changed this week, there was a little bump in refinance activity. Mortgage rates moved lower.

Mortgage Market Index 199 for week ended Sept. 27

Another Wholesaler Discrimination Settlement
The U.S. government has been busy this week settling with wholesale lenders that allegedly charged minorities more than white borrowers.

Hotel Loans Power Drop in CMBS Delinquency
An improvement in hotel property loans helped pull down the delinquency rate on securitized commercial real estate loans to the lowest level in four years. Loans backed by healthcare properties, however, didn't fare so well.

FHA Requires $1.7 Billion
A $1.7 billion mandatory appropriation is required for the Federal Housing Administration thanks to losses from loans made at the height of the financial crisis and the government's reverse mortgage program. While the head of FHA sees improvement ahead, others warn of further deterioration.

Wholesaler Settles Claims of Mortgage Discrimination
A Wisconsin bank has settled allegations that it discriminated against minority mortgage borrowers through its wholesale lending division.

NY CEO Meets With U.S. AG
JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon was photographed Thursday flashing his New York driver's license at the U.S. Department of Justice.

Fixed Mortgage Rates Sink
Mortgage rates moved lower this week, with 30-year fixed rates seeing the biggest improvement. Market data suggest that little change is likely during the short term.

FHA Endorsements, Delinquency Down
The monthly origination of loans insured by the Federal Housing Administration moved lower but could increase based on new applications. Residential delinquency improved.

Freddie's Business Falls to 2013 Low
New business at the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. fell to the lowest level this year. Home loan delinquency has declined every month this year, and apartment loan delinquency was lower.

Another Decline in Mortgage Delinquency
A bigger share of home loans were current last month, while the foreclosure rate also saw an improvement.

Mortgage Bankers Lift Q4 Origination Outlook
Mortgage bankers raised their forecast for fourth-quarter mortgage production, lowered their estimate of second-quarter purchase financing and increased their estimate of second-quarter refinance originations.

Multifamily Tenants Evicted from Fannie Properties
Residents of six Florida multifamily complexes, neighbors and city officials were hopeful that when Fannie Mae foreclosed on the properties, they would receive much-needed renovations.

Another Repurchase Settlement at Citi
For the second time in three months, Citigroup Inc. has reached a settlement to resolve repurchase liabilities -- though the latest agreement is for less than half of the earlier settlement.

Mortgage Credit Accessibility Jumps
Borrowers had an easier time accessing mortgage credit for the second consecutive month. The latest month was the best this year.

Ellie Expanding Staffing
As many mortgage firms are scaling back on staffing, Ellie Mae is expanding its technical support and adding employees.

Latest Round of Chase Layoffs Impacts Around 1,500
Mortgage layoffs disclosed this week by JPMorgan Chase & Co. impact around 1,500 employees across the country. The staffing reduction is the result of both retreating refinances and declining delinquency.

Risk of Valuation Fraud Plummets
Prospective borrowers have recently escalated their efforts to deceive lenders about their income. But the risk of valuation fraud has greatly diminished.

Fannie MSRs Up for Sale
Mortgage servicing rights on a portfolio of more than $0.3 billion in agency loans are on the market.

Lawsuits Pile Up in Ponzi, Mortgage Fraud Scheme
Borrowers who recently refinanced their Pennsylvania homes are suing their mortgage lenders because they are simultaneously being required to pay the old and new loans since the wired funds from the transactions were stolen.

Fannie Implementing New UCDP Appraisal Messaging
New real estate appraisal messages are being implemented in less than two months by the Federal National Mortgage Association.

9 Lawsuits Filed Over Faulty MBS
Nine companies involved in the sale of mortgage-backed securities to two failed financial institutions are facing federal lawsuits.

GSEs Can Do More to Collect Deficiency Balances
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are leaving money on the table when it comes to deficiency balances on foreclosed mortgages with borrowers who can afford to pay them off.

Alabama Case Against MERS Advances
Alabama's high court has rejected motions to dismiss a pair of lawsuits filed by counties in the state against MERSCORP Inc. and a trustee.

Hundreds More Being Laid Off by Chase in Ohio
Another round of layoffs by JPMorgan Chase & Co. in Ohio will bring to more than 700 the number of job cuts in the region since last month. Diminishing refinance activity is a factor in the latest round.

1,000 Citi Layoffs
Slowing mortgage production is prompting Citigroup Inc.'s mortgage subsidiary to eliminate more than a thousand jobs. The layoffs are concentrated in Nevada and Texas.

Originators Get Some Promotional Help from FHFA
Mortgage loan originators are getting help generating new business from an unlikely source -- the regulator of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Some Firms Expanding to Minnesota
As larger firms scale back mortgage staffing to adjust to falling originations, some smaller lenders expanding in Minnesota.

The Flood Insurance Dilemma
The issue of flood insurance is both political and economic. But calls are coming from both sides of the aisle for a more gradual rollout of higher premiums.

BB&T Restructuring Mortgage Business
BB&T is looking at restructuring its mortgage business. Meanwhile, plans to reduce mortgage staffing will take shape in the first half of next year.

Refi Business Soars On Falling Rates
Inquiries for rates on refinance transactions jumped by more than a quarter as interest rates fell. All other categories also moved higher.

Mortgage Market Index 201 for week ended Sept. 20

The Players in Richmond's Eminent Domain Plan
Two of the key players in the battle between mortgage investors and and backers of an eminent domain plan talk about the controversial scheme, while a Realtor says his town has no business participating in the plan.

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The Mortgage Branch Building Journal
This summer, mortgage firms across the country added new branches to their ranks. Some firms recruited new allies, while others opened new outposts. One branch network celebrated its 20-year survival in the lending battlefield, and a pair of branch recruiters campaigned for industry professionals to settle new mortgage branches in uncharted territories.

Originator Registrations Resume Rise
After declining in the first quarter, the number of registered mortgage loan originators increased during the latest quarter.

Wingspan Acquiring Chase Operation
For the second time this year, Wingspan Portfolio Advisors will acquire a servicing operation from JPMorgan Chase & Co. and hire hundreds of Chase employees in the process.

Mortgage Rates Drop, Could Fall Further
The Federal Reserve's decision to continue its purchases of mortgage-backed securities and Treasury bonds helped pull down interest rates on home loans, and it looks like rates could fall even further.

New Round of BofA Layoffs
Less than a month after its disclosure that it would eliminate more than a thousand mortgage jobs, Bank of America Corp. is moving forward with another round of layoffs. The latest job cuts, however, involve far fewer people.

Tellers, CEOs Among Bank Criminals
Defendants in bank crimes include tellers and chief executive officers ranging in age from 28 to 64. Two defendants used ill-gotten proceeds to -- among other things -- purchase tickets for professional sports, while a quartet of defendants are accused of staging a bank robbery to cover up an embezzlement scheme.

Rising Values Help HELOC Volume, Purchase Production
Rising home prices, especially in cities located in the West, are helping to boost origination levels for home-equity lines of credit. A shift from refinances to purchase financing is a good sign for the housing market.

OIG Report: Fannie Overpaying Servicer Reimbursements
Nearly $90 million in servicer reimbursements were overpaid last year by the Federal National Mortgage Association, according to a report that calls for the secondary lender to improve its reimbursement process.

Recent Wells Fargo Layoffs Reach 5,000
After recently notifying more than 3,000 mortgage employees of their impending layoffs, Wells Fargo & Co. is handing out pink slips to nearly 2,000 more.

Small Banks Drowning in Regulations
While the too-big banks have gotten even bigger, smaller community bankers are finding it increasingly tough to survive, in part because they must commit more of their limited resources to complying with new regulations stemming from the financial crisis.

Fed to Maintain Quantitative Easing
Citing elevated unemployment and potential harm to the economy from rising mortgage rates, the Federal Reserve said it plans to maintain its purchases of agency mortgage-backed securities and U.S. Treasury bonds.

Proprietary Modifications Rise as HAMPs Sink
Although the number of permanent loan modifications completed through the Home Affordable Modification Program was lower, overall month-over-month volume rose thanks to proprietary activity.

Fast Growing Firm Suddenly Closes
A mortgage firm that last year ranked among the fastest growing companies in the country suddenly laid off its employees and is closing down.

Managers, Staffers Exit PA Firm
A Georgia mortgage banker that recently obtained agency approval, opened a wholesale lending channel and expanded its branch network has picked up management and staffing from a Pennsylvania company.

2014 Origination Outlook Raised
Expectations for next year's refinance and purchase originations have improved. While 2014's outlook for government-insured production was also boosted, this year's government lending forecast was lowered.

Lending Standards, Turn Times Fall on Waning Refis
Lending standards loosened and turn times shortened last month as refinance share diminished and refinance closing rates tumbled.

BofA Seeks Dismissal of HAMP Lawsuit
Bank of America, N.A., is seeking the dismissal of a recently filed federal lawsuit accusing the company of wrongly denying loan modifications.

HUD Streamlines Mortgagee Reporting
Annual reporting requirements for small financial institutions is being streamlined by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

2nd Half Refi Outlook Reduced
Even as the estimate of second-quarter refinance originations was lifted 15 percent, the outlook for the second half was cut by 13 percent.

Impac Survives Subprime Meltdown
Although most of its former nonprime peers are no longer in business, Impac Mortgage Holdings made it through the darkest days of the mortgage crisis.

2nd Mtg Lates Worsen as 1st Mtg Delinquency Down
While monthly delinquency was lower on first mortgages, the second mortgage rate deteriorated. Three of the five biggest cities saw overall consumer delinquency increase.

Litigation Looms Over BofA
Bank of America Corp., which has already agreed to pay billions to settle crisis era lawsuits -- including many related to mortgages -- still much litigation to resolve.

Eminent Domain Lawsuit Against Richmond Dismissed
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed on behalf of investors against the city of Richmond, Calif., that seeks to block the city from moving forward with a controversial plan to use its power of eminent domain to seize securitized loans.

Freddie Updates Distressed Program Guidelines
Freddie Mac is making changes to its servicing guidelines for distressed loans including expanding foreclosure time lines in some states, extending its streamlined modification program and eliminating incentive payments for the Home Affordable Modification Program.

Ginnie MBS Issuance Falls to One-Year Low
Mortgage securitizations at the Government National Mortgage Association fell for the second consecutive month to the lowest level in more than a year -- with all loan types feeling the decline.

Genworth Cutting Rates, Reducing Overlays
Less than two months after Genworth Mortgage Insurance updated its rates, debt-to-income ratios and loan-to-value ratios on some of its products, it is making new program improvements.

HAMP Growth Slows
Growth in Home Affordable Modification Program loan modifications slowed, though the month's two biggest producers saw bigger increases.

892,897 active permanent modifications as of July

Fannie Names Former PHH CEO as COO
The former chief executive officer at PHH Corp. is the new chief operating officer at the Federal National Mortgage Association.

Year-Over-Year Increase in GSE Refis
The number of conventional agency refinances closed in July was higher than during the same month last year. But transactions closed through the Home Affordable Refinance Program sank compare to a year earlier.

Mortgage Lawsuits Remain Elevated as Case Types Shift
The level of litigation tied to mortgage-related issues remains elevated. A decline in foreclosure-related actions was offset by an increase in other categories including mortgage-backed securities claims and regulatory cases.

First Quarter 2013 Mortgage Litigation Index 227

PrimeLending Parent Picks Up Failed Bank
A small bank and a not-so-small financial institution failed last week, and the larger one was acquired by the parent of PrimeLending. Also on the latest casualty list were a small credit union and a wholesale lender.
New Mortgage Business Recovers from Holiday
Loan originators made up some of their losses from the Labor Day holiday with the help of slightly lower interest rates this week. Leading the recovery were adjustable-rate and jumbo mortgages.

Mortgage Market Index 172 for week ended Sept. 13

CFPB Finalizes Rule Amendments
In an effort to ensure a smooth implementation process, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has amended some of its mortgage rules. The changes include an earlier implementation date for the loan origination compensation rule, small creditor exemptions and amendments to the servicing rule.

New Penn Affiliate Issuing 2nd Jumbo RMBS
Jumbo mortgages originated or acquired by New Penn Financial LLC are part of the second securitization this year from Shellpoint Asset Funding.

Credit Unions Less Optimistic About Mortgage Growth
Optimism about first mortgage loan growth was weaker at credit unions, though the outlook improved for mortgage delinquency.

Appraiser Testifies About Fraudulent Reports
While awaiting sentencing, himself, a Pennsylvania real estate appraiser testified at the trial of his former partner about how fraudulent appraisal reports with inflated values were created.

Rates Hunker Down Amid Mixed Signals
Fixed mortgage rates dug in their heels as employment data were mixed, and signs point to further stabilization over the next week. But adjustable rates improved.

Waters Preparing Alternative GSE Bill
Nearly a decade ago, U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters called for less regulation of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Today, the California Democrat wants to scale back plans to wind down the government-controlled enterprises.

Regulator Criticizes AMC Oversight
An official from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency told mortgage bankers that better oversight is needed for appraisal management companies. Appraisal reviews are also a concern.

Cordray Talks QM at House Hearing
The U.S regulator of consumer financial products sparred with GOP legislators and highlighted how the Qualified Mortgage designation isn't limited to borrowers with low debt-to-income ratios. Concern was raised about the QM impact on community banks.

Semi-annual CFPB report discussed in contentious House hearing

Specialty Servicer Being Acquired
A specialty mortgage servicer that handles residential loans and small commercial real estate loans is in the process of being acquired.

Several States to Require Criminal Background Checks
Several states are implementing a new criminal background check for mortgage loan originators who are renewing their licenses.

Foreclosure Metrics Improve
New foreclosure filings increased in California from July to August, while the foreclosure rate doubled in Nevada and completed foreclosures rose in Florida. Still, the nation as a whole saw across-the-board improvement.

Filings made on 128,560 properties in August

OneWest Settles Dual Tracking Case
A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit against OneWest Bank FSB that alleged the bank completed a foreclosure while it was negotiating a loan modification with the borrowers.

Servicers Fight Litigation Over Handling of Loans
Courts are refusing to toss cases alleging improper mortgage payment crediting practices, and mortgage servicers continue to make amends for improper foreclosures. A new law firms is being formed to enforce borrowers' rights.

Exec Forecasts Smaller Mortgage Industry
Speaking at a mortgage conference in Minnesota, the head of U.S. Bancorp's mortgage business predicted that the mortgage industry will shrink.

Mortgage REIT Cancels IPO
A real estate investment trust that invests in residential and commercial mortgage-backed securities is abandoning plans to issue an initial public offering.

Thousands More Layoffs Ahead at Citi
Continuing a trend that is unlikely to abate soon, Citigroup Inc. has plans to eliminate thousands of mortgage jobs.

CA Firms Among Best Mortgage Lead Handlers
The best loan origination firms that bid for customer mortgage leads have been determined based on customer reviews, and California was home to a majority of the top five.

Default Service Provider Sued by State
A lawsuit has been filed by the state of Illinois against a default service provider for allegedly breaking into the occupied homes of distressed borrowers before the foreclosure process was complete, removing their personal property and locking them out.

Servicers Battle Force Placed Insurance Litigation
Lawsuits continue to be brought against servicers and insurance vendors related to insurance placement practices, with borrowers getting some benefit of the doubt. But servicers have begun institute some reforms and to settle with plaintiffs and government agencies.

Average LTVs, Negative Equity Improve Again
Homeowners are getting back on their feet again, with 2.5 million borrowers moving out of a negative-equity position. Mortgage lenders also improved their position, with the average loan-to-value ratio dropping by nearly 5 percentage points.

Mortgage Fraud Reflects Improvements in FL, Appraisals
Legal actions taken by the government against mortgage fraud suspects have been slowing. Reflected in the decline is a significant reduction in the level of appraisal fraud. Also impacting activity was Florida, where mortgage fraud reports on recent originations have plummeted from reports on earlier vintages.

More Refi-Related Layoffs at BofA
On the heels of a disclosure that Bank of America Corp. would eliminate mortgage jobs in Ohio, a new report indicates additional layoffs and more than a dozen office closings are ahead. Behind the contraction is diminishing refinance activity.

FHA Clarifies Refi Policies
While it's a little late in the cycle of the most recent refinance wave, policies are being clarified on government-insured refinance transactions.

Lower Conforming Limits Likely as of Jan. 1
Word of lower conforming loan limits could come as early as this month. The move would come at a time when jumbo securitizations are growing and more lenders are holding jumbo mortgages on their books.

MGIC New Business and Delinquency Dip
Fewer home loans were insured last month at MGIC Guaranty Insurance Corp. Loan performance, however, continued a two-year run of improvement.

Radian Delinquency Sinks
A recent settlement tied to policies on agency loans helped pull down Radian Guaranty Inc.'s delinquency level. But new business backed off a recently established record.

Wells Warns of Slowing Production, More Layoffs
As refinance production has recently slowed at Wells Fargo & Co., thousands of jobs have been eliminated. With quarterly originations projected to fall another 40 percent, more layoffs could be ahead.

GA County Lawsuits Against GSEs Dismissed
Litigation filed by multiple counties in Georgia against Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac has been dismissed by a federal judge.

FL Homestead Law Lethal for Some Lenders
Some mortgage lenders with loans in Florida lose their security when a borrower dies and the surviving spouse never signed the note thanks to the state's homestead law.

No Class Cert for HAMP Lawsuit
A federal judge has denied class certification for borrowers who sued Bank of America Corp. over claims that they never received loan modifications through the government's program even though they qualified.

LO to the Stars
An interview with a mortgage loan originator who caters to high-income entertainers and entertainment executives offers insight into what it's like doing business with rich and famous.

Mortgage Credit Tightens
Following months of improvement, the availability of home financing contracted. The tightening was attributed to the upcoming implementation of mortgage rules.

Holiday Week Hard on New Business
As expected, Labor Day weekend took a toll on new mortgage business, with refinances suffering the biggest setback. Also hit hard were conventional inquiries.

Mortgage Market Index 151 for week ended Sept. 6

Texas Mortgage Firm Recruiting
A mortgage service provider that provides loan production services to residential lenders is expanding its staffing in North Texas.

Hard Money Lender Convicted
A partner at a hard money lender has been convicted of swindling investors out of millions of dollars.

Appellate Decision in Lender's Obamacare Lawsuit
Shareholders of a Colorado mortgage lender received a favorable appellate decision in their lawsuit that seeks to prevent implementation of an Obamacare mandate.

The Jumbo Phenomenon
Interest rates on jumbo mortgages, which general are priced at a premium to conforming loans, have defied historical activity.

Brokers Push Mortgage Employment Up
Mortgage brokers kept national headcount in real estate finance from contracting on a monthly basis. A couple of big names were behind a non-broker decline.

CMBS Loss Severities Worsen
During the most recent quarter, investor in securities backed by commercial real estate loans suffered the first deterioration in losses since last year.

Rate Volatility Ahead
Mortgage rates ascended this week and could see further increases. However, two wild cards make for an uncertain outlook.

LOs Challenging OT Appeals Decision
Three Quicken Loan Inc. originators are challenging a recent appellate court decision on overtime pay in favor of mortgage employers.

Bankruptcy Filings Off
Although there was an uptick in overall new bankruptcy filings last month, new filings by consumers were lower.

United Guaranty Enhances Certificates
One of the industry's mortgage insurance companies is introducing an enhanced M.I. certificate that provides more coverage information and easier activation.

Injunction Lifted on R.I. Foreclosures
Responding to a decision by a federal appeals court, a federal district court judge has lifted a blanket injunction preventing foreclosures and evictions from proceeding in Rhode Island. More than 800 cases are impacted.

BofA Mortgage Unit Returning to Growth
Among several topics discussed during an interview with Bank of America Corp. Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan was real estate lending. The overall mortgage business is still operating in the red but returning to growth.

Eminent Domain Losing Steam in N Las Vegas
Much has changed since the North Las Vegas City Council voted to take the next step in a controversial plan to utilize eminent domain to seize securitized home loans.

Rising Economy Could Prompt Start of Fed's QE Exit
Improving economic conditions could stoke fears that the Federal Reserve is closer to pulling back on its purchases of agency mortgage-backed securities and Treasury bonds.

Across-the-Board Improvement in CRE Loan Performance
Quarterly performance on commercial real estate mortgages was better -- with all lender types experiencing reduced CRE loan delinquency levels.

Town Battles Chase Over Vacant REOs
A councilman from a town in New York is calling on residents to "harass" JPMorgan Chase & Co. about its vacant real-estate-owned assets.

BofA Eliminating Florida Positions
A new round of layoffs in Florida by Bank of America Corp. will bring to more than a thousand the number of layoffs by the company in the state since last year.

Distressed Loan Compliance
A new loan management system for distressed loans is intended to help mortgage servicers stay in compliance with regulations and requirements.

HECM Volume Off, Biggest Lender Up
The biggest originator of government-insured reverse mortgages expanded production, while the sector as a whole lost ground from the previous month.

HECM Guidelines Revised
The Department of Housing and Urban Development has issued new policies for federally insured reverse mortgages that are intended to help stop the program from bleeding.

Aided by Hotel and Industrial Loans, CMBS Lates Fall
Monthly delinquency on securitized commercial real estate loans was lower, with loans secured by lodging and industrial properties turning in the most improved performance.

Good Chance for New MTA Record
A decline in the Monthly Treasury Average has occurred each of the past six months, while the index has not increased in eight months. MTA has a good shot at establishing a new record low in September.

Fannie Pulls Down GSE Refinances
A rise in Freddie Mac refinances just wasn't enough to offset an even bigger monthly decline at Fannie Mae. Refinance volume would have slowed even more had it not been for an uptick in government-supported refinances.

Originators Competing With All-Cash Buyers
Home purchase mortgage originations might be stronger if it weren't for the large share of residential properties being purchased without mortgages.

Agency Issuance Falls to Lowest Level Since 2012
Monthly issuance of mortgage-backed securities guaranteed by the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., the Government National Mortgage Association and the Federal National Mortgage Association declined to the lowest level since last year.

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