Mortgage investors, who have been complaining for months about the costs they will bear under the national servicing settlement, presented a list of proposed remedies at a congressional hearing Thursday.

The settlement between 49 state attorneys general, the federal government, and the nation's five largest servicers requires the servicers to dedicate at least $20 billion to mortgage relief, including principal reductions. It resolves allegations of robo-signing and other servicing abuses.

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