Shortcomings of foreclosure relief programs are legion
Billions set aside for homeowner relief haven't been spentBy Ken Harney, Tuesday, July 31, 2012.
Almost nobody reads reports that start with the gobbledygook word "SIGTARP" and run hundreds of pages. Virtually no newspapers give them coverage, and you can totally forget the evening TV news.
Which is a shame because the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP) assembles more information on how well the federal homeowner relief and foreclosure prevention "stimulus" programs -- the HAMPs, HARPs, HAFAs and other efforts run by the Obama administration -- are performing than any other entity in government.
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