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Regulator Calls for Foreclosure Suspension, Banks Consent

On Wednesday, the Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS) – the primary regulator of federal savings holding companies and thrifts, including the nation’s largest banks and mortgage lenders – called on the more than 800 OTS-regulated institutions to suspend foreclosures on owner-occupied homes until the Financial Stability Plan’s home loan modification program is finalized.

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Celebrities Jump on Foreclosure Bandwagon

On Wednesday, February 11, Queen Latifah will kick off the Bringing Hope Home bus tour of Newark, New Jersey, to promote foreclosure prevention in the New England community. The Golden Globe and Grammy award winner and Oscar nominee will be joined by multi-platinum recording artist and actor Wyclef Jean and New York/New Jersey radio personality and actress Angie Martinez.

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Fannie Mae Lays Off Hundreds In D.C.

Fannie Mae has begun laying off hundreds of employees at its Washington, D.C. office to make room for more employees at its Dallas, Texas anti-foreclosure office, according to multiple media reports. Affected employees include those that worked in technology, administration, communications, and the company’s single-family unit, which buys and bundles mortgages for securities.

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Fiserv Enhancements Support GSEs' New Loan Mod Program

Brookfield, Wisconsin-based Fiserv Inc., a provider of information technology services to the financial industry, today announced enhanced capabilities to its Home Retention Solutions offering – a system that helps financial institutions proactively identify and contact troubled borrowers with customized repayment solutions to try to keep them out of foreclosure.

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Ocwen Reports on Success of Customized Loan Mod Program

West Palm Beach, Florida-based Ocwen Financial Corporation, one of the nation’s largest servicers of subprime mortgages, has reported solid success with its program to modify substantial numbers of troubled loans in a way that avoids redefault, and keeps borrowers in their homes and loans performing for investors.

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