Nationstar scoops huge Fannie, Freddie mortgage servicing portfolio

Nationstar Mortgage Holdings Inc., a company that processes payments for millions of mortgages, was temporarily prevented last year from buying the rights to service home-loans backed by Fannie.

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Nationstar Scoops Huge Fannie, Freddie Mortgage Servicing Portfolio Housing Wire, Jan. 21, 2015–Swanson, Brena Nationstar Mortgage Holdings announced it purchased mortgage servicing rights with an $8.5 billion unpaid principal balance from a top-four financial institution, adding to its recent rapid growth. (More)

A major critic of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac could soon be in charge of regulating those same housin But Bank of America’s (BAC – News) sale of mortgage servicing rights on $10 billion in loans last week to Nationstar Mortgage. were sold solely to the big government-sponsored enterprises, or GSEs,

Nationstar Mortgage Holdings (NSM) announced it closed on the purchase of mortgage servicing rights with an approximate $8.5 billion unpaid principal balance from a top-four financial institution.

 · On Monday, Nationstar Mortgage announced that it received the Servicer Total Achievement and Rewards (STAR) performer recognition for overall performance from Fannie Mae. This is the third year in.

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