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* BANKS FORCED TO ALLOW SHORT SALES FOR DELINQUENT BORROWERS?

Proposed settlement would force banks to allow short sales for delinquent homeowners

The proposed deal among banks and government officials is aimed at stabilizing the real estate market and helping underwater borrowers who are months behind on mortgage payments avoid foreclosure

By Jim Puzzanghera and Alejandro Lazo, Los Angeles Times March 30, 2011
Reporting from Washington and Los Angeles

Major banks may be forced to let severely delinquent homeowners sell their houses for less than the loan amounts owed as part of a broad settlement of federal and state investigations into botched foreclosure paperwork, according to government officials involved in the negotiations.
The requirement to allow so-called short sales would be in addition to forcing mortgage servicers to reduce the amount some homeowners owe on their loans, said two officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because negotiations are ongoing.
The goal of short sales would be twofold: provide a quicker and more economical way for banks to dispose of distressed real estate and to help stabilize the real estate market by clearing out a backlog of defaulted mortgages that are poised for foreclosure.  Read more…

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April 8, 2011 - Posted by | Foreclosures, Short Sales | , , , , , , ,

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