Settlement

There were 30,000 permanent loan modifications completed in February
There were 30,000 permanent loan modifications completed in February, up from 29,000 in January, according to new data from HOPE NOW. Within the total number of modifications, an estimated 20,000 were through proprietary programs and 9,445 were completed via HAMP.   During February, there were... Keep Reading....
Valuation Partners has hired Michelle Revilla as a regional account executive to oversee business growth in the Eastern U.S. region
Valuation Partners has hired Michelle Revilla as a regional account executive to oversee business growth in the Eastern U.S. region. Revilla will be responsible for selling Valuation Partners’ appraisal and valuation products and services to mortgage companies, banks and credit unions. “We are... more
​Equator has announced a multi-year contract with RCN Capital to utilize the recently launched PRO Foreclosure and Bankruptcy solution
Equator has announced a multi-year contract with RCN Capital to utilize the recently launched PRO Foreclosure and Bankruptcy solution. This latest release in the Equator PRO line of solutions was designed specifically for mid-market customers and leverages Equator’s enterprise-class Foreclosure and... more
The level of mortgages in active foreclosure reached a nine-year low in September, according to new data from Black Rock Financial Services
The level of mortgages in active foreclosure reached a nine-year low in September, according to new data from Black Rock Financial Services. Last month, the total U.S. foreclosure pre-sale inventory rate was one percent, down 3.38 percent from August and down an astonishing 31.23 percent from... more
The law firm that played a crucial role in helping Wells Fargo foreclosure efforts has filed a lawsuit that blames the lender to contributing to the firm’s closure
The law firm that played a crucial role in helping Wells Fargo foreclosure efforts has filed a lawsuit that blames the lender to contributing to the firm’s closure. According to a Wall Street Journal report, the New Jersey firm Zucker, Goldberg & Ackerman accused the San Francisco-based Wells... more