Bank of America becomes first lender to use “piggyback” mortgages provisions of foreclosure prevention efforts

According to a story reported by ABC News, Bank of America became the first lender to sign-up for an element of the Obama administration’s $75 billion foreclosure-prevention program.

The Obama administration had been offering lenders who made so-called “piggyback” mortgages — second loans that allowed consumers to make a little or no down payment — incentives to lower payments or eliminate the loans entirely.

But no one signed up until Tuesday when Bank of America became the first to do so on January 26, 2010.

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