Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller said Banks and government officials have “a long way to go” to reach an agreement on mortgage servicing and foreclosure practices.
The two sides met in Washington yesterday, less than a month after state attorneys general and federal agencies proposed requirements for how banks handle mortgage-servicing and home seizures.
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