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Ocwen Gets Good News; Shares Spike

Ocwen's shares are finally starting to recover since the CFPB and 21 states filed suit against it last month. Following an announcement that New Residential Corporation will acquire Ocwen's mortgage servicing rights, the company's stock rose 46 percent at one point, reaching $3.32 at its highest. Ocwen's shares had dropped more than 50 percent after April's legal allegations.

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Ocwen to Use MSRs to Decrease Loan Debt

Today, Ocwen Financial Corporation announced that it will use payments connected with previous mortgage servicing rights (MSRs) sales to pay down $53.2 million of its senior secured term loan, according to the company’s recent 8-K filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). As of now, Ocwen still has approximately $939.4 million left outstanding under its senior secured term loan.

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$45 Billion Deal Finalized Between Chase and Ocwen

An Agency mortgage servicing rights deal worth approximately $45 billion between Chase and Ocwen Financial Corp. has been finalized after two and a half months, according to an announcement from Chase on Thursday. Ocwen first announced on March 2 it had signed a letter of intent to sell the $45 billion portfolio, which includes about 266,000 high-quality Fannie Mae loans, to an anonymous buyer.

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