BofA pays $1.3 billion to Fannie, Freddie for foreclosure delays

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That includes about 30,000 loans. The bank is also paying $1.3 billion to the agency for failing to deal with foreclosures fast enough. Also Monday, a separate settlement was announced between federal regulators and ten major banks and mortgage companies, including Bank of America, over wrongful foreclosure practices.

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Bank of America is paying $3.6 billion to Fannie Mae and buying back $6.75 billion of bad loans from the mortgage company to clear up all claims that government-owned Fannie Mae had made against.

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Bank of America and federal prosecutors have accelerated their negotiations to resolve an investigation into the bank’s sale of troubled mortgage securities before the financial crisis. The two sides, however, remain far apart on crucial issues and a settlement remained elusive late wednesday, even after the bank significantly raised its offer.

Under terms of the agreement, Bank of America will pay Fannie Mae $3.6 billion and will spend another $6.75 billion to buy back mortgages from Fannie, the government-sponsored lending enterprise. fannie mae contends that Countrywide Financial misrepresented the quality of home loans it sold at the height of the real estate bubble.

In addition to the settlement, Bank of America will also pay $1.3 billion in fees to Fannie related to its role as a loan payment processor for the mortgage-finance giant. The Charlotte, N.C. bank said it would take a $2.7 billion pretax charge in the fourth-quarter related to the deal, and $2.5 billion in other charges on other mortgage-related matters.

Bank of America has settled with mortgage finance company fannie Mae to the tune of $11.6 billion over home loans that went bad when the housing bubble burst. The bank also announced a $1.8.

BofA was among a dozen banks in 2013 paying a combined $9.3 billion to the Comptroller of Currency and Fed over foreclosure abuses; and BofA agreed to a settlement of $8.5 billion with group of.