CHLA challenges FHFA IG report on risk from smaller nonbank lenders

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Out of the 30 largest servicers, FHFA OIG says that non-banks held a 17 percent share of mortgage market as of the end of 2013, representing nearly $1.7 trillion.

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 · In recent years, an increasing number of Enterprise-guaranteed mortgages are being serviced by non-bank lenders. This raises a unique set of counterparty risks, as non-bank servicers do not have access to the same kind of widely-available, stable and low-cost funding as is the case for bank-affiliated servicers.

Why FHFA IG report doesn’t mean big new liability for banks. By Alison Frankel.. Lenders are usually quicker to accept claims that material breaches in their reps and warranties led to the mortgage’s default if the loans fail right away. In other words, put-back claims on mortgages that.

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Federal Housing Finance Agency Office of Inspector General AUD-2014-014 July 1, 2014 2. market at the end of 2013, up from 9% at the end of 2012, and 6% at the end of 2011. This rise in nonbank special servicers has been accompanied by consumer complaints, lawsuits, and other regulatory actions as the servicers’ workload outstrips their