Fed Recognizes Foreclosure Abuse – Admits Errors (well, some of them anyway)

Press Release

FED ReportRelease Date: July 7, 2014

The report released today provides information on the process for the review of the foreclosure files during the IFR and file review results, including servicer error rates during the IFR, up to the time the IFR was replaced. The report also contains updated information on direct borrower payments and other assistance from the Payment Agreement and discusses the Federal Reserve’s ongoing supervision of corrective actions the mortgage servicers are required to implement. The report focuses primarily on servicers regulated by the Federal Reserve. Continue reading

OCC – Correcting Foreclosure Practices

Correcting Foreclosure Practices – Updated August 28, 2013

foreclosure_review_cartoon1While cruising the Internet looking for the status of a particular bank, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) Independent Foreclosure Review website jumped into view. The OCC website is worth an examination even though the Submission Window is closed (way too early IMHO) as there are numerous CONSENT ORDERS made available for viewing. 

Of course the accused financial and/or financial related companies never admit or deny the the “Findings” from the examination by the: Continue reading