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Ocwen Financial Corp. has closed its previously announced $360 million acquisition of South Jersey mortgage company PHH Corp. The deal, announced Feb. 27, ends a rocky post-recession road for PHH, which delisted its stock from the New York Stock Exchange and becomes an Ocwen subsidiary. In 2017, the combined company originated more than $3 billion of residential mortgage loans including reverse mortgages. In conjunction with the closing, former PHH CEO Glen Messina has become president and CEO of the combined company.
The deal, announced in February, combines two mortgage companies that had been struggling with financial and regulatory issues in recent years.
PHH Corporation announced today that it intends to close its proposed merger with Ocwen Financial Corporation prior to the market open on Thursday, October 4, 2018.
Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has assigned PHH Mortgage Corporation (PHH) a servicer quality assessment of SQ3 as a Primary Servicer of Prime, Subprime, Second Lien residential mortgage loans and as a Special Servicer. The assessment is based on the company's average collection, loss mitigation and foreclosure and REO timeline management, above average loan administration and below average servicing stability. PHH Corporation, through its subsidiary PHH Mortgage, is one of the largest sub-servicers of residential mortgages in the United States.