State attorneys general continue to aggressively investigate Ocwen Financial's mortgage servicing practices, but they are also mindful that too much enforcement could cripple the company and cause major headaches for millions of homeowners whose loans Ocwen services.

Ocwen has already paid $150 million to New York regulators formishandling foreclosures,overcharging fees to distressed borrowers and steering work to related businesses, and the Atlanta company remains under intense scrutiny from officials overseeing the three-year-old national mortgage settlement. 

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