WASHINGTON — For the first time since significant mortgage servicing problems came to light, federal regulators called on Congress Wednesday to establish national standards for the foreclosure process.
Citing the potential economic cost if banks are forced to buy back improperly handled mortgages and weaknesses in the protocol for examining servicers, regulators suggested federal standards could help avoid a repeat of current issues.
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