By Stephen Miller,Bloomberg|Posted May 08, 2018 12:00:00More than 4 million Americans are expected to lose their homes as a result of the hurricanes and floods that hit the U.S. mainland this year.
That includes 6.2 million people who are underwater, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
The banks that offer mortgages to underwater borrowers have also seen an increase in the number of people applying for them.
But with so many people still underwater, there are still many people who have not been given the loan they need.
The government is helping those people with tax breaks, but it is hard to predict how many of them will be able to afford to refinance their homes.
The bank loans are typically subsidized by the government, which is often limited by the size of the borrower’s assets.
The biggest banks have already started rethinking their lending policies to deal with this wave of underwater borrowers.
They are looking at how they can sell properties and offer the government more tax breaks to help them do that.
Some of the biggest banks, such as Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase, are exploring how they could make the government pay more of the loan interest and fees for underwater borrowers in their home loans.
If they were to sell homes for a profit, the money would go to the borrowers instead of the government.
The bank’s head of mortgage finance, David B. Stearns, said in a statement that the company was not planning to sell any of its properties until its mortgage holders had made a “strong decision” to sell their homes, a process that could take two to three years.
Stears said the company would be monitoring the situation closely to see if there was enough demand to get the program off the ground.