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AMI on Mortgage Servicing Settlement; 2011 Mortgage Volume Stats
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Monday, February 13, 2012 5:19 PM

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Feb 13, 2012 12:42PM

AMI Takes Position against Mortgage Servicing Settlement

In a strongly worded statement on behalf of the American Association of Mortgage Investors (AMI), Jonathan Lieberman, Managing Director of Angelo, Gordon & Company, criticized the recent settlement agreement over alleged mortgage servicing and foreclosure processing abuses. Lieberman, told the Association's bondholders in a conference call that the settlement, reached last week between five major banks and their servicing subsidiaries, the Departments of Justice and Health Education and Welfare...

Feb 13, 2012 9:47AM

Some 2011 Mortgage Volume Stats; EverBank to Buy MetLife Warehouse Lending

Sometimes, at 4AM PST, my cat disdainfully watches CNBC while I work on the finishing touches in the daily commentary. Cats spend an inordinate amount of time being disdainful, but my cat has the perfect outlook while watching, which is to remember that much of the show is slanted toward entertaining, which can be enjoyable but much of which detracts from the substantive economic news. (For one thing, they're always talking about "economic uncertainty" - heck, there is always uncertainty - it's the...

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