Banks rush to revamp foreclosure rules

WASHINGTON – May 2, 2011 – The rush is on for banks to meet a mid-June deadline in offering up plans on how they plan to meet a set of guidelines by U.S. regulators to clean up their foreclosure procedures. The banks will have another 60 days after that deadline to implement the changes.

As part of the rules set by U.S. regulators, 14 financial institutions will be required to provide a single point of contact to borrowers trying to modify a loan or in the foreclosure process as well as set “appropriate deadlines” for deciding whether borrowers can get a loan workout. Regulators are also requiring banks to ensure their staffing levels are on par to handle the flood of foreclosures and loan modifications.

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