Mortgage Servicing & Default Management

Monday, December 04, 2006

About

The real estate market boom is coming to a close, non-traditional loan borrowers are defaulting in record numbers and foreclosures are on the rise. Stay ahead of the competition by streamlining your mortgage servicing processes and maximizing profitability while enhancing customer relations.

The publication from ACI's Mortgage Servicing and Default Management Conference will give you a full understanding of:

  • Mods/resets of non-traditional mortgage products: what to do when dealing with securitized loan pools
  • Creative loss mitigation strategies that will promote home retention
  • Default management: using automation and maximizing contact with borrowers
  • Borrowers in bankruptcy: payment applications/524(i), reconciling servicer payment history, meeting new notice requirements
  • Modifications and resets for non-traditional products on the back end
  • Getting your team to work more effectively
  • Ensuring best practices in foreclosure proceedings
  • Data Security Law: 2006 Overview

Contents & Contributors

About

The real estate market boom is coming to a close, non-traditional loan borrowers are defaulting in record numbers and foreclosures are on the rise. Stay ahead of the competition by streamlining your mortgage servicing processes and maximizing profitability while enhancing customer relations.

The publication from ACI's Mortgage Servicing and Default Management Conference will give you a full understanding of:

  • Mods/resets of non-traditional mortgage products: what to do when dealing with securitized loan pools
  • Creative loss mitigation strategies that will promote home retention
  • Default management: using automation and maximizing contact with borrowers
  • Borrowers in bankruptcy: payment applications/524(i), reconciling servicer payment history, meeting new notice requirements
  • Modifications and resets for non-traditional products on the back end
  • Getting your team to work more effectively
  • Ensuring best practices in foreclosure proceedings
  • Data Security Law: 2006 Overview

Contents & Contributors


HURRICANE LITIGATION REPORT
Eric Simonson, McGlinchey Stafford (New Orleans, LA)

KATRINA LITIGATION SURGE FLOODS THE MISSISSIPPI COURTS
H. Hunter Twiford III, McGlinchey Stafford PLLC (Jackson, MS)

FHA UPDATE
Leslie Bromer, US Department of Housing and Urban Development (Washington, DC)

WAITING FOR THE TIME BOMB TO EXPLODE: MODIFICATIONS AND RESETS FOR NON- TRADITIONAL PRODUCTS ON THE BACK END
Penny A. Paplanus, New Century Financial (Irvine, CA)

WAITING FOR THE TIME BOMB TO EXPLODE: MODIFICATIONS AND RESETS FOR NON- TRADITIONAL PRODUCTS ON THE BACK END
Michael R. Pfeifer, Pfeifer & Reynolds, LLP (Orange, CA)

PROMOTING HOME RETENTION THROUGH LOSS MITIGATION & CRISIS MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES
Suzanne M. Haumesser, Bank of America (Charlotte, NC)

GETTING YOUR TEAM TO WORK MORE EFFECTIVELY
Daneen Sparcino, Bank of America (Getzville, NY)
John P. Will, Suntrust Mortgage Inc. (Richmond, VA)

ENSURING BEST PRACTICES IN FORECLOSURE PROCEEDINGS
Gerald B. Alt, LOGS Network (Northbrook, IL)
Jennifer Tait, Robinson Tait (Seattle, WA)

RETOOLING YOUR PROCEDURES TO DEAL WITH BORROWERS IN BANKRUPTCY
John A. Dunnery, HomEq Servicing Corporation (Raleigh, NC)
Alan Wolf, The Wolf Firm (Irvine, CA)

DATA SECURITY LAW: 2006 OVERVIEW
Leonard A. Bernstein, Reed Smith (Philadelphia, PA)
Paul Bond, Reed Smith (Philadelphia, PA)

UNDERSTANDING & MANAGING PORTFOLIO RISKS IN LIGHT OF NEWEXPOSURES
Steven Younglove, New Century Mortgage, (Irvine, CA)

THE MORTGAGE INDUSTRY'S CATASTROPHE DEFAULT EXPOSURE
David P. TenHoor, CPCU, Willis Re Inc. (Minneapolis, MN)

PREVENTING VIOLATIONS OF THE FAIR DEBT COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT & FCRA REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
Jonathan D. Jaffe, Kirkpatrick & Lockhart, Nicholson & Graham (San Francisco, CA)
Michael R. Pfeifer, Pfeifer & Reynolds, LLP (Orange, CA)



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