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In the largest consumer financial protection settlement in U.S. history, the nation’s five largest banks and mortgage servicers agreed to create to provide at least $25 billion in consumer relief, in addition to implementing new foreclosure servicing standards, as part of the National Mortgage Settlement. The following are criteria that may help you determine if you could be eligible.
MMI’s National Housing Survey reveals concerns with current mortgage-relief "programs". Due to the increased prevelance of foreclosure prevention scams and fraudulent services offered online, it can be difficult to know which company to trust.
While the landmark $25 billion National Mortgage Settlement was just announced last month, scammers have wasted no time capitalizing on the vulnerability of desperate homeowners.
The settlement with the nation’s five largest mortgage servicers was signed by federal and state officials Feb. 9, and will provide assistance for homeowners in order to compensate for the faulty foreclosure practices offered by mortgage servicers following the housing market crash. Although real compensation is still months away, there have already been numerous reports of scam operations popping up across the country.
While the government has been cracking down on foreclosure scams, it is important for you to remain diligent in keeping your personal information safe. The following are some tips to help you identify and avoid falling victim to a foreclosure scam.
For more information about mortgage assistance relief scams, visit FTC.gov. If you have questions or concerns about your mortgage loan, consider meeting with a HUD-certified housing counselor to discuss your options.
Is now the time to pull the trigger on a new mortgage?
Despite all the recent problems in the housing and mortgage industries, an overwhelming 81 percent of survey respondents believe that owning a home is still the American Dream.
Before you begin the home buying process, it’s important determine exactly how much money you can afford to spend on your new home.
Everyone knows that homeowners should have insurance to protect their property, but what about insurance for people who rent their homes?
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