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Buyback and Indemnifications: The New Dangers

Philip R. Stein

On Thursday, July 31, I will be speaking as part of a panel of business professionals during a live webinar about the continuing repurchase and indemnification risk surrounding mortgage buybacks. This panel will assist mortgage professionals in determining where the greatest exposure of risk lies, and will offer some insightful tips on how best to attempt to shield your company from liability.

“Buyback and Indemnifications: The New Dangers” webinar is hosted by Inside Mortgage Finance, and will take place on July 31 at 2:30pm. During the 90-minute webinar, participants will learn more about:

  • What buyback risks exist for GSE seller/servicers and how serious they are;
  • What violations the FHA is requesting indemnification on that previously would not have triggered a demand;
  • How you can minimize your buyback and indemnification risk for future loans;
  • How to respond if a repurchase or indemnification demand is made.

For more information or if you would like to attend, click here.

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