As the biggest player in a field of servicing giants, Bank of America Corp. is absorbing the greatest amount of mortgage buyback pain, but some of its problems seem magnified even compared with its size.

At Sept. 30, it had $6.8 billion in outstanding repurchase demands from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, or more than half the total the GSEs have reported in terms of unpaid principal balance.

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