Stepping Up to the Plate

June 2007
Mortgage Servicing News;Jun2007, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p4
The author reflects on the efforts of loan service providers to prevent foreclosure for subprime homeowners in the U.S. He addresses the initiatives made by the industry to help homeowners avoid foreclosure through refinancing. The author believes that the moves of the industry in helping troubled mortgage borrowers is a good start in making the country into a high rate of homeownership.


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