· BOSTON, May 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Goldman Sachs has all but reached the $1-billion mark in credit towards fulfilling a $1.8-billion consumer-relief obligation under its.
Goldman has paid between 50 and 90 cents on the dollar for the loans, according to Fannie Mae records. Meanwhile, because Goldman is getting credit toward fulfilling the terms of its settlement, it can afford to pay more for delinquent loans than other competing bidders, which essentially means they’ve cornered an entire market.
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· Why is Goldman on a buying spree for delinquent mortgages? march 17, 2017 oscarnetbiz Last year Goldman Sachs entered into a settlement with federal and state governments over its role in packaging and selling toxic mortgage-backed securities in the housing meltdown to unsuspecting buyers while subsequently turning around and shorting those.
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Goldman Sachs Gets Closer to Fulfilling Terms of Mortgage Settlement. National Mortgage News, May 2, 2019–Paul Centopani (subscription) Goldman forgave $85 million in principal on 819 first-lien mortgages, and $4.2 million on 30 amounts due and previously deferred first-lien mortgages during the period that has passed since its last update on March 1.
Goldman Sachs put another $90 million toward consumer mortgage relief in the past two months, bringing the company closer to fulfilling the terms of its $1.8 billion Department of Justice settlement. Goldman forgave $85 million in principal on 819 first-lien mortgages, and $4.2 million on 30 amounts due and previously deferred first-lien mortgages during the period that has passed since its last update on March 1..
With nearly $90 million added in the past two months, Goldman Sachs marched closer to its $1.8 billion consumer-relief mortgage settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice. TRENDING: Partnership Considerations for Conversational Interface.
Goldman Sachs recently surpassed the $1.25 billion mark in the $1.8 billion in. billion settlement reached in April 2016 over toxic mortgage bonds. The latest update comes courtesy of Eric Green, who serves as independent.
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Goldman Sachs gets closer to fulfilling terms of mortgage settlement Goldman’s latest contribution puts it over three-quarters of the way to fulfilling settlement terms. With nearly $90 million added in the past two months, Goldman Sachs marched closer to its $1.8 billion consumer-relief mortgage settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice.