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How much money will I get from the 8.5 billion settlement?

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From the news story http://money.cnn.com/2013/01/07/news/economy/new-foreclosure-settlement/index.html :

Roughly 3.8 million borrowers whose homes were in foreclosure in 2009 and 2010 will receive cash compensation under the settlement, with payments ranging from a few hundred dollars to potentially as much as $125,000 in a small percentage of cases. Those eligible are expected to be contacted by the end of March, regulators said.

In addition, any struggling borrower whose mortgage is serviced by one of the 10 banks in the settlement is eligible to benefit from the $5.2 billion non-cash portion of the deal, for example through a loan modification.

After taxes about $13.53

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