Bank of America reaches multi-billion dollar deal with Fannie Mae

Bank of America to pay .6 billion settlement to Fannie Mae by Joseph Earnest January 7, 201 3 Newscast Media CHARLOTTE, N.C – Bank of America Corp has announced a settlement deal with Fannie Mae of $11.6 billion for bad mortgages of nearly a decade’s worth of home loans, as a result of Bank of America’s acquisition of countrywide financial corp. five years ago.

Bank of America Corp. agreed to pay $404 million to Freddie Mac in a deal that caps the lender’s efforts to resolve repurchase claims from government-sponsored enterprises on.

The regulator for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, as well as dozens of investors, on Tuesday lodged objections to Bank of America Corp’s proposed $8.5 billion mortgage-backed securities settlement.

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Bank of America’s legal battles may be nearing an end as it negotiates a multibillion-dollar settlement with. which regulates Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The bank reached a $9.5 billion deal with. Bank of America has reached a settlement with Fannie Mae on residential mortgage loans sold by the bank and its Countrywide unit to the agency.

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Bank of America reaches settlement with Fannie Mae. Under the deal announced Monday, Bank of America will pay $3.6 billion in cash to Fannie Mae and buy back $6.75 billion in loans that the bank and its Countrywide Financial unit sold to the agency from Jan. 1, 2000 through Dec. 31, 2008. That includes about 30,000 loans.

Bank of America reaches multi-billion dollar settlement with Fannie Mae Tweet Bank of America has reached a settlement with Fannie Mae on residential mortgage loans sold by the bank and its Countrywide unit to the agency ahead of the nation’s 2008 financial crisis.

Posted on January 7, 2013 | Leave a comment Two pension funds that agreed to a relatively small settlement with the directors of Bank of America over its acquisition of Merrill Lynch are being ordered by a federal judge to strike a better deal beginning on Monday.

 · The regulator for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, as well as dozens of investors, on Tuesday lodged objections to Bank of America Corp’s proposed $8.5.

Bank of America reaches settlement with Fannie Mae. Under the deal announced Monday, Bank of America will pay $3.6 billion in cash to Fannie Mae and buy back $6.75 billion in loans that the bank and its Countrywide Financial unit sold to the agency from Jan. 1, 2000 through Dec. 31, 2008. That includes about 30,000 loans.

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