Loss Mitigation Strategies
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Loss mitigation remains a work in progress for mortgage servicers.
This is problematic because residential mortgage defaults are off record highs, but still remain high by historical standards. In addition, the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (CFPB)'s Mortgage Servicing Rules - which mandate detailed and complex loss mitigation procedures are a focus of CFPB examination and enforcement efforts.
For these reasons and others, a robust and effective loss mitigation program is critical to any business that engages in residential mortgage loan servicing.
This webinar will identify the goals of a successful loss mitigation program and the various types of loss mitigation prevalent in the market today. Learn how to implement those goals, provide an overview of current best practices in loss mitigation, and offer practical advice on how to successfully implement, manage and maintain an effective loss mitigation program.
Defaulted loans are the bane of any servicing business, impacting investor relations, customer relations, risk management and above all, cost.
This information is critical for employees at every level of a servicing business, from officers and directors, to in-house legal staff, to the managers and employees of the loss mitigation department, to ensure that the entire organization knows how best to effectively and quickly implement your loss mitigation program.
Why Should I Care About Loss Mitigation?
What Are the Goals of My Loss Mitigation Program?
- Defaults Are off Record Highs, but Still Well Above Historical Average
- Mortgage Servicing Rules-Very Detailed Loss MIT Requirements Which Are a Focus of CFPB Examiners
- Litigation Avoidance/Resolution
How Do I Achieve Those Goals?
- Comply With the Law – Brief Overview of MSR Re Loss Mitigation
- Holistic Approach – Loss Mitigation Starts Before Default
- Retain Your Customer
Special Consideration for Loans in Contested Litigation
- Excellent Technological and Human Resources Working Seamlessly
- Broad Array of Loss Mitigation Options
- Only Offer What You Can Effectively Process/Handle
- Clear Documentary Requirements
- Vendor Management/Relationships
About The Presenter
- Loss Mitigation Is the Best Way of Settling a Lawsuit Early
- Usually Means a Loan Modification, but Others Available as Well - Reinstatement, Loan Assumption, Short Sales
- Have Different UW Requirements for Litigated Loans
- Have Dedicated Support for Litigated Loans, and Don't Overwhelm Them
- Provide a Channel for In-House Legal to Overcome Some Traditional Roadblocks to Loss Mitigation
Thomas M. Hanson
Adam R. Nunnallee
- Member in the Dallas office of Dykema Gossett PLLC
- Practice encompasses all aspects of representation of consumer financial services companies, with an emphasis on litigation for residential mortgage servicers and originators
- Co-editor of the Practising Law Institute’s Consumer Financial Services Answer Book, and wrote the chapter on residential mortgage servicing
- Frequent speaker at conferences and webinars sponsored by the American Bar Association’s Consumer Financial Services Subcommittee, the Mortgage Bankers Association, the Practising Law Institute and the American Conference Institute
- Licensed to practice in California, Michigan and Texas, as well as numerous federal district and appellate courts
- J.D. degree, magna cum laude, University of California, Hastings College of the Law, San Francisco, CA; B.A. degree, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
- Associate in the Dallas office of Dykema Gossett PLLC
- Represents mortgage servicers and originators in consumer litigation, with an emphasis on defending claims for breach of contract, UDAP, fraud, wrongful foreclosure, and federal and state statutory violations
- ormer law clerk for United States Magistrate Judge Amos Mazzant, E.D. Tex.
- Licensed to practice in all state and federal courts in Texas
- J.D. degree, Southern Methodist University, Dallas Texas; B.A. degree, Rhodes College, Memphis, TN
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