Banks Suggest Changes to Mortgage Servicing
Five of the country’s largest banks have sent government officials a proposal of new mortgage-servicing standards they’d agree to as part of a settlement into lending abuses.
The proposal--called the “Draft Alternative Uniform Servicing Standards”--includes timelines for processing loan modifications, third-party review of foreclosures, and a single point of contact for borrowers who are struggling with their mortgages, The Wall Street Journal reports. The draft document also includes a “borrower portal,” which would allow customers to check the status of their loan modifications online.
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Posted on Tue, March 29, 2011
by KCRAR (source: REALTOR Magazine Online Daily)