Fixing the foreclosure process more than a year out

Examining the extent of mishandled foreclosures at the largest mortgage servicers and fixing a broken system will take more than a year, according to Acting Comptroller of the Currency John Walsh.

Last fall, servicers were found to be signing foreclosure affidavits en masse and without a legal review of the loan files in a scandal that became known as robo-signing. Federal regulators and state attorneys general found oversight and procedural problems across the entire industry and forced 14 of the largest banks — firms that serviced 68% of the mortgages in the U.S. — to sign consent orders. The actions also included two firms that handled documents in foreclosure cases: Lender Processing Services (LPS: 14.85 -1.33%) and Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems.

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