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Mt. Laurel mortgage firm accepts takeover offer

The purchase price is valued at $11 per fully diluted share, representing a premium of 24 percent over the stock's closing price Monday.

“The combination of Ocwen and PHH will result in a strong non-bank mortgage servicer,” said Ron Faris, Ocwen’s president and CEO. He said Ocwen will “significantly benefit from PHH’s experienced workforce.”

The sale, expected to close by year-end, is subject to regulatory and shareholder approvals, among other conditions.

The company last month said it would lay off 78 workers as it pursued a new business model that focused on "mortgage subservicing and portfolio retention services."

Also last month, PHH agreed to pay $45 million to settle claims it improperly foreclosed on some borrowers. It previously agreed to pay $74.5 million in August to resolve allegations it originated mortgages that fell short of standards for federal housing agencies.

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About Eagle Bancorp Montana

Eagle Bancorp Montana, Inc. operates as the bank holding company for Opportunity Bank of Montana that provides various retail banking products and services in Montana. It accepts various deposit products, such as checking, savings, money market, and individual retirement accounts, as well as certificates of deposit accounts. The company offers one-to-four family residential mortgage loans; home equity loans; commercial real estate mortgage and land loans; real estate construction loans; commercial business loans consisting of business loans and lines of credit on a secured and unsecured basis; and consumer loans comprising loans that are secured by automobiles, recreational vehicles, and boats, as well as unsecured personal loans and lines of credit, and loans secured by deposits. It also provides wealth management and mortgage loan services.

Sold house, notified insurance company but they did not cancel, caused me to lose refund, what are my rights?

We sold our house a year ago in Montana. I contacted the insurance company during office hours to cancel the policy, noone answered, so I left a message. I thought that it had been taken care of.

If you can prove with documentation that the house was sold, send written notice directly to the insurance COMPANY, not the agent. This happens all the time and the company should backdate the cancellation and refund your money.

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