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On November 3, 2017, the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance entered into a Consent Order with Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC and Ocwen Mortgage Servicing, Inc. The Consent Order resolves the Department’s April 20, 2017, Cease and Desist Order against the Ocwen entities and provides several protections for Nebraska mortgage consumers.
Under the Consent Order the Ocwen entities will not acquire new residential mortgage servicing rights until April 30, 2018, and will transition all loans to a new servicing system. The Ocwen entities will also engage an independent third-party auditor to test approximately 9,000 loan files for compliance with state and federal escrow laws at an estimated cost to the Ocwen entities of at least $4.4 million.
The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance will receive regular reports on Nebraska mortgage loans and will interact with the Ocwen entities, on behalf of consumers, through an enhanced consumer complaints processing procedure. The Department will also receive regular reports on the Ocwen entities’ financial condition for three years and will get direct notification if certain liabilities are incurred by the Ocwen entities.
For media inquiries contact Mark Quandahl, Director, or Patricia Herstein, NDBF General Counsel. Consumers can contact NDBF Department Legal Counsel for information regarding the Ocwen entities, or in the event they experience problems with payments or other account issues.