Repurchases & Indemnifications: Winning the Battle

Mortgage Bankers Association
Speaking Engagement
December 06, 2013
Although the GSEs are expected to complete their “Legacy Repurchases” by year end, it may take more time for these issues to work their way through to the independent mortgage banker. Moreover, the GSEs have altered their rep and warrant framework so that the majority of repurchase demands are now coming on current loans. Meanwhile, FHA continues to push out indemnification demands. This session will provide IMBs with an overview of the trends in repurchases and indemnifications, and offer practical recommendations on how to effectively manage these risks.
Philip R. Stein
Practice Group Leader, Trial & Litigation
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