Last week's Bank of America proposed settlement might prove to be an interesting turn of events for the U.S. attorneys general that have been seeking compensation for borrowers who were "victimized" by servicing misconduct.

A New York  Post  news report today suggested that the 50-state attorneys general that have been working toward a settlement with the biggest U.S. mortgage servicers might be close to reaching an agreement that falls far beyond the $20 billion to $25 billion originally envisioned when the robo-signing scandal first broke earlier this year.  

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