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I don’t typically get to choose my mortgage servicer,” Date said. Members of the financial services and oversight subcommittees of the House panel are examining lapses and gaps in mortgage servicing.

The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) provided its annual assessment of The State of the Mortgage Industry in a press conference. Another area of uncertainty is the 50-state settlement with.

Charles W. Calomiris, Eric J. Higgins, and Joseph R. Mason 1 INTRODUCTION On March 4, 2011, the New York Times described a settlement ("settlement") proposed by a consortium of state attorneys general (AGs) to large mortgage servicers.2 The claims to be settled reportedly relate to failures to follow existing procedural rules relating to the.

June 2011 Banks, States Meet on Foreclosures; State AGs Offer New Settlement. State attorneys general are pressing five large banks to reduce loan balances for troubled borrowers as part of a settlement over mortgage servicers’ foreclosure practices, according to a May 11 Reuters story.

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Republican AGs in Florida in, Texas, South Carolina, and Virginia say the settlement proposal exceeds the scope of the initial investigation into mortgage servicing practices. Some Democratic AGs are also unhappy with the talks. Negotiations will continue this week, the Journal reports.

Limited Release of Claims: The settlement releases state AG (and some bank regulator) claims only for servicing practices, robo-signing, foreclosure processing and origination practices. It also releases federal civil claims based on servicing of mortgage loans, originating mortgage loans, and servicing of loans of borrowers in bankruptcy.

Attorney General Mortgage Settlements The Attorney General has obtained broad-ranging settlements from many major banks. If you are a homeowner struggling to pay your mortgage or facing foreclosure, or if you have already lost your home to foreclosure, it is possible that these settlements could help you.

Today’s settlement. several State Attorneys General (State AGs), the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) and the Federal Housing Finance.

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Federal and state AGs have been negotiating a settlement with banks over mortgage servicing and foreclosure practices, including “robosigning” and other shortcuts that banks took in their haste to.