Fitch analysis supports Hope Now mortgage revisions

NEW YORK – The recent actions of the Hope Now mortgage lenders’ alliance have “provided some short-term relief to roughly 1 million borrowers by providing a rate modification or an alternative repayment plan,” Fitch Ratings said. The alliance has instituted both a streamlined loan-modification initiative and a 30-day voluntary moratorium on home foreclosures, at the…

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