i. Consider that a specific risk mitigation option is only available to borrowers whose mortgages have been taken out before a specified date. As soon as a servicer receives documents or information confirming that a mortgage has been taken out after that date, the provider may stop collecting documents or information from the borrower that the provider would use to assess the borrower for this loss reduction option, but the provider must continue its efforts to obtain documents and information from the borrower that it needs to evaluate the borrower for all other available loss reduction options. This procedure changes an owner`s mortgage, with the lender and owner subject to new conditions. Among the most common changes are lower interest rates and longer terms to 40 years. However, the reduction in the main balance is often rare. In principle, the terms of the original loan agreement are amended in a way that would make it much easier for the borrower to repay the amounts due. State programs such as Making Home Affordable can also be made available to borrowers with FHA loans that have a debt of 12 months or less and can be combined with a partial debt. Borrowers with conventional and other mortgages that are not insured by the FHA may have similar options to modify loans through their own lenders.
To achieve this initiative, the White Paper outlined its loss reduction and best practice guidelines, focusing on the five pillars identified as key principles for the future of loss reduction. Among these pillars were: ii. If, 55 days prior to the forced sale, the cedant receives the borrower`s initial claim mitigation request, the date on which the purchaser receives the listing pursuant to section 117. 1024.41 (b) (2) (i) (b) (B) (B), October 23, before the forced sale. The purchaser must comply with the provisions of Section 1024.41 (k) (2) (2) (B) to the provisions of Section 1024.41 (c), (d) and (g) when the borrower makes a full claim for mitigation on November 22 or before November 22, reasonable period under Section 1024.41 (c), d) and g) 1024.41 (b) (2) (ii). 1. Delivery date. In section 1024.41 (k) (1) (ii), the transfer date is the date on which the purchaser begins to accept mortgage-related payments, as provided for in the disclosure of the transfer of loan services. 1024.33 (b) (4) (iv). The transmission date is the same date when maintenance tasks are transferred from the ceding service to the ceding service.
The date of transmission is not necessarily the same date as that indicated in the section 1024.33 (b) (b) (4) (i) or the date of sale set in a service transfer contract. i. immediately, when it determines that the service provider needs the necessary documentation or information to determine the options for harm reduction, if any, that the service provider will propose to the borrower; and ii. When a servicer receives a damage reduction request from a potential stakeholder and decides not to review and assess the claim for damage reduction before confirming that person`s identity and ownership interest, the service must maintain the damage reduction claim and all documents submitted in connection with the claim, and after confirmation , the service must apply for a reduction in damages in accordance with the provisions in . 1024.41 review and evaluate the status of confirmed successor in the principal residence of interest and the procedures covered in point 1024.41. For the purposes of the injury reduction application, the service must treat the damage reduction claim as if it had been received on the day the service confirmed the successor`s status in the interest. If, at the time of confirmation, the injury reduction application is incomplete because the documents submitted by the right holder have become obsolete or invalidated after filing and the confirmation was made 45 days or more before the forced sale, the service provider must: