Ocwen pays Massachusetts $3.7 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. 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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On December 16, 2013, Ocwen signed a Consent Order agreeing to provide $125 million in refunds to consumers who lost their homes to foreclosure and $2 billion in relief to distressed borrowers. Ocwen’s Consent Order does not provide for any payments to the federal government or any states – 100% of the settlement proceeds are earmarked to.

 · Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC, one of the nation’s largest mortgage servicers will pay $2 million in restitution to resolve allegations that it violated state law and committed unfair and deceptive practices by charging Massachusetts homeowners for unnecessary fees and overpriced force-placed insurance policies.

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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 Fined $3.7 Million for Improper Foreclosure Procedures in Massachusetts. The national settlement resolved claims of loan servicing misconduct and so-called "robo-signing" claims. Massachusetts homeowners will also receive approximately .5 million in cash payments from that multistate agreement.

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