The author discussed issues of timing in buying and selling mortgage-servicing portfolios in an article on Wednesday. This article examines performance and indemnity.

A purchaser typically protects itself against poor performance of an acquired portfolio of servicing rights by not paying for loans that become more than 60 days delinquent between the sale date of the transaction and the transfer date of the servicing.

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