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Millions of Americans lost their homes during the foreclosure crisis, an unprecedented disaster still plaguing local and national economies. A primary factor contributing to the crisis has been the failure of conventional foreclosure procedures to account for the new realities of securitization and the secondary mortgage market, which transformed the traditional borrowerlender relationship. To compensate for the shortcomings of conventional foreclosure procedures and stem the tide ofdoi:10.2139/ssrn.2121109 fatcat:2eyw4r4xqjc5fpkr67fozdkrfu