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[All-In-1-Min] 【预整理】2010-03-27&03-28 ABC Video News(蓝字处求教)

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[All-In-1-Min] 【预整理】2010-03-27&03-28 ABC Video News(蓝字处求教)

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All-In-1-Min-2010-03-27&03-28

Help for Unemployed Homeowners




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We learned this overnight ABC news confirming the change will be announced later this morning. We've been under the years of old wreckage remained. As you know, this is the second major adjustment to the Obama Administration's program to help these homeowners on the brink in just this week.

The first change will affect homeowners who have lost their jobs. For the first time the federal program will aggressively reach out to some unemployed borrowers and this is key. Because until now, the major banks have in the vast majority of cases been unwilling to modify mortgages for homeowners out of work. The bank saying the customers couldn't establish income.
 
Under the change some unemployed homeowners may now get a six-month break on the mortgage while they look for work. The bank could charge no more than 30% of what the homeowner's receiving in unemployment benefits. And many economists say this change had to be made. The program was not working.  

The second major change involves homeowners considered underwater, paying mortgages valued higher than their home is even now worth, after home values plummeted in this recession. Banks in the program would reduce the mortgage payment by at least 10% to get within 15% of the real value of the home now. That new mortgage amount, a sort of deal, to keep the homeowner still paying even though they're underwater. And to get the banks to agree to a small write-down or a loss on the home instead of outright foreclosure.
 

Words and Expressions:

 

plummet: v. drop sharply 暴跌


outright: adj. complete; total 完全的; 彻底的


foreclosure: n. the legal proceedings initiated by a creditor to repossess the collateral for loan that is in default 没收

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