Saxon Mortgage unit sold to Ocwen

First my Saxon mortgage went away when the home sold, and now Saxon Mortgage might go away all together. Nobody will miss this unprofessional, unorganized, and poorly run unit of parent company Morgan Stanley. Here is the news report released on October 25th, 2011: Oct. 25 (Bloomberg) — Morgan Stanley, the sixth-largest U.S. bank by …

Selling Morgan Stanleys Saxon Mortgage Services

There is a possibility that Saxon Mortgage Services could be gone all together. Personally I just want Saxon out of my life and will sell the home they service. A sale of the mortgage unit, which Morgan Stanley acquired in 2006 during the height of the housing bust, kicked off in the past several weeks. …

How Saxon Mortgage kept HAMP funds

HAMP was started in February 2009 by the Treasury Department and the Federal Housing Finance Agency after the foreclosure crisis. Under the plan, at least $75 billion was directed to participating mortgage-servicing companies to help financially distressed mortgage-holders modify their mortgages. Reuters reported that Saxon received a $634 million commitment of HAMP funds, of which …

Saxon Mortgage sued over improper HAMP

A class action lawsuit has been filed in Federal Court in New York against Saxon Mortgage Services Inc., the Morgan Stanley mortgage servicer division, for failing to fulfill its obligations under the federally-sponsored Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) to homeowners in financial distress. The lawsuit is brought on behalf of plaintiffs Ranujoy and Deborah Pandit …