NY Establishes Loss Mitigation, Fair Dealing Duties for Mortgage Servicers

NY Establishes Loss Mitigation, Fair Dealing Duties for Mortgage Servicers

Repeat Loss Mitigation Protections: Under the current rules, a mortgage servicer is required to give borrowers certain loss mitigation protections once during the life of the loan. The new rule.

The New York State Banking Department has issued new regulations that address the business practices of mortgage loan servicers and establish additional consumer protections for homeowners. Part 419 of the Superintendent’s Regulations, which go into effect Oct. 1, 2010, are a follow-up to the adoption of Part 418 in July 2009, which established standards and procedures for the registration.

 · New York’s Superintendent of Banks issued perhaps the most stringent state mortgage servicing regulations in October 2010, requiring servicers to pursue suitable loan modifications and imposing a “duty of good faith and fair dealing in [the servicer’s] communications, transactions, and course of dealings with each borrower . . . .”

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The assigned personnel are also required to provide the borrower with accurate information about the status of the borrower’s loss mitigation application, the circumstances under which the servicer may make a referral to foreclosure, and any applicable loss mitigation deadlines established by an owner or assignee of the borrower’s mortgage.

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Secure And Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act. This chapter may be cited as the Alabama Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act of 2009 or Alabama S.A.F.E. Mortgage Licensing Act of 2009. (Act 2009-627, §1.). LOSS MITIGATION SPECIALIST. The term "loss mitigation specialist" means an

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CFPB MORTGAGE SERVICER RULES · Homeowners’, Condo, Co-op Association Policy News august 2016. posted on August 29, 2016 by. Announces “streamlined” loss mitigation process for mortgage servicers. the FHA is “streamlining” the loss mitigation protocols that mortgage servicers must use considering and utilizing “home retention options,” which are.

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