Bank of America to reduce principal for up to 200,000 homeowners

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Bank of America to reduce principal for up to 200,000 homeowners

Bank of America to reduce principal for up to 200,000 homeowners

LA TIMES-

Bank of America said Friday it would reduce by about $100,000 the amount owed by as many as 200,000 underwater homeowners as part of the recently announced government foreclosure settlement with top mortgage servicers.

BofA made the commitment as part of a $1-billion side deal to the $25-billion foreclosure settlement, said bank spokesman Richard Simon.

The principal reductions could eliminate the entire underwater portion of some mortgages that the bank services, with the average reduction expected to be more than $100,000, he said.

By cutting the amount owed on the mortgages, Bank of America could reduce the $3.25 billion in penalties it faces from the foreclosure settlement by $850 million. The details of the principal-reduction agreement were first reported by the Wall Street Journal.

[LA TIMES]

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2 Responses to “Bank of America to reduce principal for up to 200,000 homeowners”

  1. DANI says:

    dont belive bank of america lies unless someone watch them closely
    this will never happen falks

  2. johncupo says:

    Bank of America is bad banking practice on modifications

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