MetLife exits forward mortgage business

Nationstar acquires MetLife reverse mortgage portfolio – Nationstar Mortgage [stock NSM][/stock] is purchasing MetLife Bank’s [stock MET][/stock] reverse mortgage servicing portfolio. MetLife is now exiting the mortgage business and is no longer.

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MetLife exits reverse mortgage business – Reuters – MetLife Inc, the largest U.S. life insurer and reverse mortgage lender, made a surprise shift on Thursday with the sale its reverse mortgage business as part of its exit from banking-related.

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MetLife Archives – Page 4 of 12 – Reverse Mortgage Daily – The decision by MetLife to sell its forward mortgage operations came as a surprise to the reverse mortgage world as many wondered following the exits of Bank of America and Wells Fargo from the business, whether MetLife would be the next shoe to drop. Not, so, say analysts following the decision announced thursday, that MetLife [.]

MetLife tiptoes into home mortgage business – Aug. 24, 2005 – MetLife currently has $5 billion in assets and $3.7 billion in deposits, according to the company. In the meantime, MetLife is recruiting new mortgage specialists to work with MetLife’s sales.

In fact, at one time, MetLife was the largest Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) lender by volume, prior to exiting the business in 2012. If you know someone who has a reverse mortgage today, it’s very possible that he or she worked with MetLife on that loan.

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MetLife Shutting Down Mortgage Business – The Basis Point – 10, 2012- MetLife, Inc. (NYSE: MET) announced today that it is exiting the business of originating forward residential mortgages. MetLife Home.

Nationstar Continues Expansion, Acquires Equifax Settlement Services – Residential mortgage services company. it acquired MetLife’s reverse mortgage serving rights as well following the institution’s exit from the reverse mortgage market, then purchased more Bank of.

Metlife Exits Forward Mortgage Business – Sec – MetLife Home Loans will continue to service its current mortgage customers. In addition, MetLife Home Loans will honor all contractual commitments for loans in process and expects the majority of loans to close in 90 days. MetLife expects $90 to $110 million, after tax, in costs related to exiting the business to be incurred over the next year, with no expected impact on the company’s operating earnings.

3 Reasons Why Investors Should Avoid MetLife – MetLife not only committed capital to enter these two businesses (the deposits in 2001 and the reverse mortgages in 2008), but it is also investing heavily to exit them. The company spent $155 million.

MetLife Exits Reverse Originations, Selling Portfolio to. – In divvying up its share in mortgage originations, MetLife continues a process of divestiture from the banking holding business. The company sold off its stake in deposits to [COLUMN_BREAK]