PORTLAND, Ore. -- Oregonians have received nearly $200 million in relief as part of the National Mortgage Settlement, according to a progress report released Monday.
The money is part of a $25 billion settlement reached by attorneys general with five of the nation's biggest banks over improper foreclosures. Oregonians are expected to receive around $230 million in relief as part of the settlement.
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The banks and relief to-date in Oregon:
- Bank of America: $104.7 million, 1,656 borrowers
- J.P. Morgan Chase: $56.1 million, 755 borrowers
- Wells Fargo: $26 million, 464 borrowers
- Citi: $10.8 million, 227 borrowers
- Ally: $2.1 million, 32 borrowers
The average borrower has received more than $63,000 in relief. Types of relief include loan modifications and forgiveness of principal, among others.
Some of the settlement money will also support state-run foreclosure relief programs. The Oregon Department of Justice has set up a webpage to help homeowners navigate the claims process.
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