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Monday, October 12, 2009


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I've seen the treasury’s report of September data, and I think it's not that good.



Have you ever tried to get a HAMP application approved? The servicers' Loss Mit departments are woefully understaffed and undertrained. I have have had clients wait six months to get their applications reviewed, only to be told that their information was stale and they had to reapply. I have not dealt with people trying to get converted to a permanent mod program, but I would guess that the same types of delay are taking place.

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