Ocwen Helps 45,000-Plus Families Avoid Foreclosure in 2017
March 28, 2018
Ocwen Financial Corporation has announced that in 2017, the company helped approximately 45,650 families avoid foreclosure and remain in their homes. In 2017, Ocwen forgave approximately $857 million in mortgage debt.
The company services a unique portfolio, which is comprised in large part of non-conventional mortgages that have higher than average delinquency rates. The current delinquency rate on the company’s portfolio is approximately 9.3 percent as of Dec. 31, 2017.
“Ocwen leads the industry in offering innovative mortgage loan modifications, and is proud to help homeowners across the country find solutions that allow them to remain in their homes,” said Jay Williams, Senior Vice President, Servicing Financial Operations, at Ocwen. “Given the challenging nature of our portfolio it is incumbent upon the company to design products and strategies that serve a diverse customer base. Our 2017 borrower assistance results show that we continue to make progress in our effort to be one of the nation’s leading mortgage servicers.”
From 2008 through Dec. 31, 2017, Ocwen has granted approximately 765,200 loan modifications nationwide and forgiven more than $18.5 billion in debt.
FMJ Job Listings
- Regional Underwriting Manager - NOVA Home Loans - Tucson, AZ
- CFR 2021-2022 International Affairs Fellowship in International Economics - Council on Foreign Relations - New York, NY
- Underwriter I - Guild Mortgage Company - Bellevue,
- Mortgage Finance Operations & Support Specialist - Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago - Chicago, IL
- Real Estate Loan Officer - Pacific Service Credit Union - Concord, CA
- Mortgage Loan Originator - Sovereign Lending Group - Costa Mesa, CA