Countrywide Offers Help to Former Customers
Bank of America, which acquired Countrywide Financial Corp., one of the most active of the subprime lenders, has begun issuing checks to its borrowers who are eligible for foreclosure assistance under an agreement with attorneys general in 40 states.
Borrowers most likely to be eligible for assistance must have experienced a foreclosure, short sale, or deed-in-lieu of foreclosure after taking out a Countrywide mortgage.
Rust Consulting, a third-party administrator, is managing the program, and notifying and paying eligible customers.
Source: Reuters News, Steve Eder