WASHINGTON – The nation’s largest mortgage servicers have distributed $45.83 billion in direct relief to over 550,000 homeowners, or roughly $82,000 per homeowner as part of the National Mortgage Settlement, according to a progress report released today by independent settlement monitor joseph A. Smith of the Office of Mortgage Settlement.

The details of the $25 billion multi-state mortgage settlement have been released, and Florida is a top beneficiary of settlement money. Florida homeowners will receive an estimated $8.4 billion.

 · Banks Got Bailed Out, Homeowners Got Sold Out – and the Feds Made a Killing. Some of the federal agencies receiving settlement funds also send those to the Treasury. So in fact, the biggest bubble should be the government’s general fund, with nearly $49 billion in proceeds from the settlements.

Green Tree earns top marks in Fannie Mae mortgage servicer ratings Mortgage applications jump 21.7% on refinancing activity Not surprisingly, mortgage applications jumped. Applications for a new mortgage rose by 3.3% for the week ending September 1. An index of refinancing activity increased 5% from the prior week.

WASHINGTON – Given the huge public and private resources now being devoted to helping financially distressed homeowners – including the recently announced $25 billion national. mortgage servicers.

the court-appointed monitor of the $25 billion national mortgage settlement with Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Citigroup said the banks were more than halfway done with their.

Federal/state settlement provides relief to HSBC mortgage customers.. and the five largest national mortgage servicers. That agreement provided consumers nationwide with more than $50 billion.

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