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Volume 2014 - Number 15

July 18, 2014

Regulators Get Serious with HAMP Enforcement

SunTrust Banks settled criminal allegations this month relating to activity under the Home Affordable Modification Program. The $320 million settlement marked the first time a HAMP servicer paid a monetary penalty under the program. To this point, penalties for violations of HAMP guidelines have been relatively lenient, with the harshest maneuver being a temporary stop in incentive payments from the program. However, an investigation led by ...

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