Aegis Mortgage Corp. went out of business on October 27, 2010. Aegis Mortgage Corporation underwrites, processes, and funds mortgages to the families and individuals. It offers new home mortgages, refinancing of existing mortgages, home equity loans, and residential mortgage loans, as well as provides mortgage loan ...
May 6, 2009 ... History: Aegis Mortgage Corp. was founded in 1993 in Houston. Private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management bought the firm in 1998. Cerberus, which along with other investors owns 51 percent of General Motors Acceptance Corp., was unable to keep Aegis in business through the subprime crisis.
Aug 20, 2007 ... But sometimes, as in the case of Aegis Mortgage, genius fails and bankruptcy is declared. ... Aegis, which was founded in 1993, closed its mortgage production operations on August 6. ... Not only was he fired, he is suing Cerberus for mismanaging the company and destroying its chance to go public.
Oct 20, 2010 ... Aegis Mortgage Corp. gained court approval of its Chapter 11 liquidation plan Wednesday, ending an uncharacteristically cooperative bankruptcy for a mortgage lender capsized by the subprime crisis.
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Aug 6, 2007 ... Houston-based Aegis Mortgage Corp. said it would not accept any more applications and said it could not meet all of its existing funding obligations. Cleveland-based National City Corp. also stopped taking applications for new loans and lines of credit in its wholesale home equity unit. “We are in a market ...
Sep 25, 2014 ... The government had charged Yevgeniy Charikov, 42, a Sacramento real estate agent, and three others with buying properties, flipping them at inflated prices, and submitting fraudulent documentation to lenders Aegis Wholesale Corp. ( which filed for bankruptcy in 2007) and GreenPoint Mortgage Funding ...