including “robo-signing.” In Delaware, under the terms of the settlement $6.7 million will be provided to borrowers through mortgage principal reductions to current homeowners and approximately.
The $26 billion ‘robo-signing’ settlement with five major servicing banks announced Thursday morning could yield nearly $35 billion in principal reductions, according to Housing and Urban Development secretary Shaun Donovan.With less than $20 billion of the settlement designated to principal reduction and refinancing underwater borrowers, secretary Donovan told reporters that the banks will not.
HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan tried to claim in a conference call over the weekend that this would not impact other states, but you’re talking about $12 billion in principal reduction – out of.
· Expanded principal reduction through the national mortgage settlement and tripled principal reduction incentives in HAMP. This has collectively helped more than 300,000 families and contributed to 1.7 million coming above water on their mortgages in 2012. Expanded refinancing through Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP 2.0).
Fact Sheet: Mortgage Servicing Settlement. Servicers will be required to dedicate up to $7 billion to other forms of relief, including forbearance of principal for unemployed borrowers, anti-blight programs, short sales and transitional assistance, benefits for service members who are forced to sell their homes at a loss as a result of a Permanent Change in Station, and other programs.
were in the process of working with a major FHA servicer, Bank of America, gave homeowners loan modifications that reduced the principal of.. requirements for foreclosure cases in an effort to combat the practice of robo- signing. recent settlement will accelerate foreclosure activity, perhaps within the next two.
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Although the settlement generally orders Ocwen to give a total of $2 billion in principal reductions to borrowers who qualify, it does not dictate which consumers get this relief. In other words, any particular consumer does not have a "right" to a loan modification under this settlement.
The Obama administration is working to include substantial principal write-downs in the upcoming settlement between the largest mortgage servicers and most state attorneys general.