Ocwen Financial Corp. just can’t catch a break.
A recent research report says it does a better job than its competitors of modifying mortgages for struggling homeowners to enable them to stay in their homes. At the same time, some of its bondholders are complaining it does too many modifications at their expense. All along, the company has been the focus of state and federal regulators and consumer groups for supposedly abusing the subprime borrowers it services.
Which is it? Can all of this be true? Continue reading "Sometimes You Get No Respect"