The idea that the interests of troubled homeowners and mortgage investors are aligned — and that they conflict with those of loan servicers — is gaining momentum.

The compensation structure of mortgage servicers has led to unnecessary foreclosures, Adam Levitin, an associate professor at Georgetown University Law Center, and Tara Twomey, of counsel at the National Consumer Law Center, wrote in a recent white paper.

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