H.R.839 - The HAMP Termination Act of 2011

To amend the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 to terminate the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury to provide new assistance under the Home Affordable Modification Program, while preserving assistance to homeowners who were already extended an offer to participate in the Program, either on a trial or permanent basis. view all titles (5)

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  • Official: To amend the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 to terminate the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury to provide new assistance under the Home Affordable Modification Program, while preserving assistance to homeowners who were already extended an offer to participate in the Program, either on a trial or permanent basis. as introduced.
  • Short: The HAMP Termination Act of 2011 as introduced.
  • Short: HAMP Termination Act of 2011 as introduced.
  • Short: HAMP Termination Act of 2011 as reported to house.
  • Short: HAMP Termination Act of 2011 as passed house.

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Number Date Offered Status Purpose
 
H.Amdt 207 Mar 29th Pass An amendment numbered 9 printed in Part A of House Report 112-34 to add the Sense of Congress language to the end of the bill that banks are encouraged to work with homeowners to provide loan modifications for those qualifying and assist homeowners and prospective homeowners with foreclosure prevention programs and information on loan modifications. (View on THOMAS)
H.Amdt 206 Mar 29th Fail An amendment numbered 8 printed in Part A of House Report 112-34 to include a list of the number of trial and permanent modifications started under the HAMP program in each state as well as the number of seriously delinquent mortgages across the country that will not be able to be eligible for HAMP modifications because Congress is terminating the program. (View on THOMAS)
H.Amdt 205 Mar 29th Fail An amendment numbered 7 printed in Part A of House Report 112-34 to require mortgage lenders and services participating in the HAMP program to continue to publicly report basic loan modification information. (View on THOMAS)
H.Amdt 204 Mar 29th Fail An amendment numbered 6 printed in Part A of House Report 112-34 to require a study and report submitted to Congress determining the successful aspects of HAMP, and legislative recommendations for a replacement loan modification program. (View on THOMAS)
H.Amdt 203 Mar 29th Pass An amendment numbered 5 printed in Part A of House Report 112-34 to require the Secretary of the Treasury to send a letter to HAMP applicants that they will not be considered for a modification due to termination of the program and that they can contact their Member of Congress for assistance in negotiating with or acquiring a loan modification from their servicer. (View on THOMAS)
H.Amdt 202 Mar 29th Fail An amendment numbered 4 printed in Part A of House Report 112-34 to direct the Secretary, upon termination of the Home Affordable Modification Program, to undertake a study of the use of the program by covered homeowners, and also of the effectiveness of the program in assisting these homeowners. Following completion of that study, the Secretary would be required to implement a new program to assist the same group of homeowners based on the study's findings. (View on THOMAS)
H.Amdt 201 Mar 29th Pass An amendment numbered 3 printed in Part A of House Report 112-34 to ensure that all taxpayer funds saved from elimination of the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) are used to reduce the deficit. (View on THOMAS)
H.Amdt 200 Mar 29th Fail An amendment numbered 2 printed in Part A of House Report 112-34 to include Congressional findings on various facts about the HAMP program, including cost and number of permanent modifications. (View on THOMAS)
H.Amdt 199 Mar 29th Pass An amendment numbered 1 printed in Part A of House Report 112-34 to include findings detailing the Home Affordable Modification Program's (HAMP's) flaws and state that terminating HAMP would save taxpayers approximately $1.4 billion. (View on THOMAS)

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