Bank of America halts foreclosures in all states

The Bank of America building is shown at the Bank of America Plaza in downtown Los Angeles on Friday Oct.8,2010. Bank of America Corp., the nation’s largest bank, said Friday it would stop sales of foreclosed homes in all 50 states as it reviews potential flaws in foreclosure documents.

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Bank of America came out today and announced they are halting foreclosure in 50 states because of potential flaws in foreclosure documents. But its not just Bank of America that is halting foreclosures. More and more banks are joining the list to halt any foreclosure action, including JPMorgan Chase.

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Charlotte, N.C.-based Bank of America Corp., the nation’s largest bank, said Friday it would no longer complete foreclosures in all 50 states as it reviews documents used to process foreclosures.

Bank of America halting foreclosures.. for now Bank of America (BAC) plans to halt foreclosure sales across the nation. Bank of America has extended our review of foreclosure documents to all fifty states. We will stop foreclosure sales until.

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‘Bank of America, the country’s largest bank, said on Friday that it was halting all foreclosure proceedings and sales of foreclosed homes indefinitely.’ david Streitfeld, The New York Times Largest US Bank Halts Foreclosures in All States

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Bank of America has decided to temporarily halt foreclosure sales in all 50 states. In a statement, spokeswoman Dan Frahm said, "Bank of America has extended our review of foreclosure documents.

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Charlotte, N.C.-based Bank of America Corp., the nation’s largest bank, said Friday it would no longer complete foreclosures in all 50 states as it reviews documents. PNC became the fourth major.

Today Bank of America announced they will stop foreclosure sales in all fifty states until after they have completed their review of foreclosure documents. This comes after Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase & Co and GMAC deciding last week to stop foreclosure proceedings in states that require a judicial foreclosure process which was apparently the result of recent court decisions on lawsuits brought by homeowners that alleged lenders were abusing the foreclosure process.