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TMFEditorsDesk (< 20)

Yet another conflict of interest



July 30, 2009 – Comments (1)

Ah, the glory of bad incentives... 

From the NY Times:

Mortgage companies, some of which are affiliated with the nation's largest banks, are paid to manage pools of loans owned by investors. The companies typically collect a percentage of the value of the loans they service. They extract their share regardless of whether borrowers are current on their payments. Indeed, their percentage often increases on delinquent loans.

Whole story here


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#1) On July 30, 2009 at 3:02 PM, TMFEditorsDesk (< 20) wrote:

Oh yeah, forgot to sign off.

-Anand (TMFBomb)

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