MetLife exits forward mortgage business

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MetLife was jumping over dollars to get to dimes. That’s how the huge life insurance company viewed reverse mortgages and, helped along by a slap on the wrist, was the ultimate reason it decided.

MetLife Inc., (NYSE:MET) the largest life insurance company in the U.S., announced its exit from the originating forward residential mortgages business. With this, the company will no longer.

MetLife Inc., (NYSE:MET) the largest life insurance company in the U.S., announced its exit from the originating forward residential mortgages business. With this, the company will no longer accept.

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Forward-looking statements are based on assumptions and expectations. They involve risks and uncertainties, including the “Risk Factors” MetLife, Inc. describes in its U.S. Securities and Exchange.

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.

Prior to its reverse mortgage exit, MetLife made other changes to a similar effect: it sold its depository bank business to GE Capital Financial Inc. in 2011, wound down its forward mortgage business in 2012 and finally announced it had agreed to sell its warehouse finance unit, including its reverse mortgage warehouse lines, also in early 2012.

MetLife, Inc. (NYSE: MET) announced today that it is exiting the business of originating forward residential mortgages. metlife home loans, the residential mortgage division of MetLife Bank, N.A., will no longer accept new loan applications for forward mortgages.

Most reverse mortgage competitors agree that MetLife’s exit from the business will. certain kind of lender to drive the market forward. “If the Saver is going to continue to grow, there needs to be.

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Life insurer metlife announced thursday that it will exit the reverse mortgage origination business, with plans to sell the division responsible for these loans to Nationstar Mortgage LLC. It was.