Foreclosure Reviews Could Hit Major Servicing Banks

Collins, Brian; Kilgore, Austin
November 2011
Mortgage Servicing News;Nov2011, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p2
The article reports on the availability of independent review of bank foreclosure among servicing banks in the U.S. It notes the significance of properly functioning servicing sector for the improvement of the housing market. Comptroller of the Currency John Walsh considers the inclusion of a functional servicing market to a fair foreclosure process for the borrowers.


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