Thursday, October 18, 2012

Compensation for Improper Foreclosure

9:58 AM
For anyone foreclosed on......visit the State of Washington Attorney General's site

Foreclosed Borrowers
Approximately $1.5 billion of the National Mortgage Settlement funds will be allocated to provide compensation to borrowers:
  • With loans serviced by the five loan servicers affected by this settlement
  • Who were foreclosed on after January 1, 2008 and before Dec. 31, 2011.
Borrowers who were not properly offered loss mitigation or who were otherwise improperly foreclosed on will be eligible for a uniform payment of approximately $2,000 per borrower depending on the level of response. Borrowers who receive payments will not have to release any claims and will be free to seek additional relief in the courts. Borrowers may also be eligible for a separate restitution process administered by the federal banking regulators. The banks will be notifying eligible borrowers of their right to file a claim over the next six to nine months.

However, if you live in Washington state and are concerned your loan servicer may not be able to locate you, you may enter your information  on our National Mortgage Settlement Foreclosed Borrower Form and we will help ensure your bank has your most current information.
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