Foreclosure programs aid 1.6 million homeowners: Obama Scorecard

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The Obama. aid a select group of struggling homeowners and force the banks to do additional principal reductions. In addition, Bank of America this week announced a “mortgage to lease” pilot.

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To further prevent foreclosures, the administration is continuing foreclosure prevention efforts through its national programs. So far, the Making Home Affordable Program has provided more than 1.6 million homeowner assistance actions, of which 1.2 million were through the Home affordable modification program (hamp), according to the June scorecard, jointly released jointly by HUD and Treasury.

The number of borrowers who received permanent aid through the Obama. the initiative was aimed at helping 3 million to 4 million homeowners avoid foreclosure through 2012. Critics assert that the.

Below is a recent press release from The U.S. Department of Housing and urban development (hud) and the U.S. Department of the Treasury on the latest Housing Scorecard under the Obama administration.The latest housing figures show continued signs of stabilization in house prices and high home affordability due in part to record low interest rates.

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Obama Scorecard: Foreclosure programs aid 1.4 million homeowners cfpb: We’re working to make new HMDA implementation easier Brown said, "reducing hmda reporting will make it easier for lenders to discriminate against people of color, and it will reduce access to credit in small towns and rural areas." He also asked the CFPB to reverse its.

President Obama's housing plan aims to help 9 million struggling homeowners avoid foreclosure, but i  · He said he was anxious to help carry out Obama’s campaign pledge to "make government cool again," especially in view of the fact that about 60 percent of the government’s 1.6 million white-collar.

According to the US Treasury Department, it is a $75 billion program to help up to nine million homeowners avoid foreclosure, but what happens if you don’t qualify for Obama’s Homeowner Affordability program? To qualify for the Homeowner Affordability and Stability Program: 1. The home must be owner-occupied 2.

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While some homeowners may have received help from more than one program, the number of agreements offered were more than double the number of foreclosure completions for the same period (1.6 million).