Tax Proposals; Upcoming Events; G-Rate/Bemortgage Hiring Lawsuit


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Lenders in the Courts In yet again another lesson about not putting all your retirement money in one basket (think WAMU, Countrywide, Nat City…), Walter Investment Management Corp. filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy plan designed to reduce its corporate debt by $800 million over time. It has become a penny stock: Friday it was trading around 35 cents a share. In early 2013 its common stock was at nearly $46 per share. According to the filing with the SEC , Walter’s largest operating subsidiaries – mortgage banker Ditech Financial and reverse lender Reverse Mortgage Solutions – are not expected to file for Chapter 11 protection. But being cautious is the name of the game . For example, KBW Research announced, “We are dropping coverage of Walter Investment Management Corp. (WAC) as the company goes…(read more)

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