Abigail C. Field: Understanding the Mortgage Settlement Part 1—The Money

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Abigail C. Field: Understanding the Mortgage Settlement Part 1—The Money

Abigail C. Field: Understanding the Mortgage Settlement Part 1—The Money

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Someday the mortgage settlement will be filed in court and thus we will get to see its terms. Which day? Who knows—the latest deadline, the end of February, passed in silence, and annual reports filed at the end of the month with the SEC by Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase and Ally Bank, three putative deal signers, unequivocally stated there’s no final deal yet. As Wells put it, 19 days after the deal was announced:

“Furthermore, there can be no assurance as to when or whether a definitive agreement regarding the settlement will be reached and finalized or that it will be on terms consistent with the settlement in principle.”

Still, enough details of the agreement ‘in principle’ have been released, including by Wells in that annual report, for me to write this guide.

The settlement has four basic moving parts: money, lawsuit peace/liability release, mortgage servicing standards, and enforcement. I’m going to look at all four in three different posts. This one focuses on the money in the settlement.

Understanding the Money In the Mortgage Settlement

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