Read the Documents Treasury Has Been Keeping Secret

by Paul Kiel ProPublica

In 2010 and 2011, ProPublica submitted Freedom of Information Act requests for documents showing how the government supervised its flagship foreclosure prevention effort, the Home Affordable Modification Program, or HAMP. More than two years after our first request, Treasury still hasn’t provided all the material we asked for. Here is an index of the documents the department has provided. We will update this list if we receive additional material.


2010 Certifications that Servicers were Following HAMP Rules

American Home Mortgage Servicing, Inc. – certification

Aurora Loan Services – certification

Bank of America, N.A. – certification

Bank of America u2013 BAC/Countrywide subsidiary – certification

Bank of America u2013 Home Loan Services subsidiary – certification

CitiMortgage – certification

GMAC Mortgage u2013 cover letter

GMAC Mortgage – certification

Green Tree – certification

HomEq u2013 cover letter

HomEq – certification

JPMorgan Chase – certification

JPMorgan Chase u2013 EMC subsidiary – certification

Litton – certification

Nationstar – certification

Ocwen – certification

OneWest/IndyMac u2013 cover letter

OneWest/IndyMac u2013 certification

PNC u2013 cover letter

PNC – certification

Saxon – certification

Select Portfolio Servicing u2013 cover letter

Select Portfolio Servicing u2013 certification

US Bank u2013 cover letter

US Bank u2013 certification

Wells Fargo – certification


Responses by Servicers to HAMP Audits

American Home Mortgage Servicing, Inc.

Bank of America


GMAC Mortgage

JPMorgan Chase




Wells Fargo