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One of the biggest non-bank mortgage servicers in the U.S. Ocwen Financial Corp. (OCN) agreed to settle a Massachusetts lawsuit related to mortgage handling by paying $3.7 million
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Ocwen pays massachusetts .7 million to resolve foreclosure claims by Ryan Smith | Jun 17, 2014. One of the nation’s largest mortgage servicers has been hit with the latest in a long line of penalties.
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Ocwen, the nation’s fourth largest mortgage servicer, has agreed to pay $3.7 million to resolve allegations that it failed to give notice to homeowners, and that the company unlawfully foreclosed.
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Ocwen To Pay $3.7M In Mortgage Settlement With Mass. AG. The settlement comes on the heels of another $1.5 million in cash payments and $80 million in principal reductions Massachusetts homeowners received from Ocwen as part of a separate $2.1 billion settlement reached in 2013 with federal regulators.
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by Ryan Smith | Jun 17, 2014. One of the nation’s largest mortgage servicers has been hit with the latest in a long line of penalties. Ocwen Financial Corporation will pay $3.7 million to the state of Massachusetts to settle claims that it failed to provide homeowners with required notices and that it illegally foreclosed on properties.
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Ocwen has agreed to refund borrowers the overcharges. Ocwen agreed to pay 30 percent ($1.9 million) of the .2 million refund and Altisource will pay the remaining 70 percent ($4.3 million). LOAN PAY OFFS. 21. The MMC loan review revealed an instance where Ocwen failed to issue a satisfaction of a mortgage loan.
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