New concerns regarding the U.S. housing market’s health and vibrancy have rightfully renewed interest in the success of President Obama’s foreclosure prevention programs. It has been wondered that an increase in foreclosures, combined with the current drop in housing sales, could once again send home prices plummeting. Raphael Bostic, according to cnnmoney.com, stated that the marketplace is still fragile.
Unfortunately, 91,118 people in trial modifications were canceled in June, which brings the total to 520,814, only about ten to twelve percent (10% – 12%), a drop in the bucket, of the near 5 million homes in foreclosure since the program first started early 2009.
More than 60% of those who dropped out last month had been in trials for at least half a year.
Homeowners that don’t submit the proper paperwork, don’t meet the qualifications or make the necessary payments are kicked out. It is my understanding that from now on the loan Servicers before entering the homeowner in the program will collect needed documents and review the homeowners’ eligibility.
Once the homeowner trials are canceled, less than half of homeowners do get an alternate modification, and many times from their loan Servicer.
There are only 364,077 homeowners that remain in the trial phase, and approx 38,728 of that figure are homeowners that entered the program in June.
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