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The Bryn Mawr Trust Co

Bryn Mawr, Pa. | See all recipients in Pennsylvania

Entities in this category received subsidies through one of TARP’s housing programs and aren’t expected to return the money

$56.1K Disbursed
$100K Committed
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Bryn Mawr joined the Making Home Affordable program 12/11/2009, but then dropped out 4/22/2010.

See our page summarizing the mortgage modification program for more information.

Note: Subsidies for the mortgage modification program are listed separately from other commitments. So if a company received other assistance, that will be listed separately.

Mortgage Servicer Chart

See how this mortgage servicer and others did under the Treasury's foreclosure prevention program.


  • $100K Bailout

    Apr. 21, 2010 Incentive Payments for Home Loan Modification

    This amount was adjusted on June 16, 2011.

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    $56.1K has actually been disbursed.
    Jan. 31, 2019: $56.1K

    Subsidy as of January 2019: Borrower: $29,316.16; Investor: $18,315.73; Servicer: $8,435.80

Date Type Amount Program Description
04/21/2010 Subsidy $100,000 MHA Incentive Payments for Home Loan Modification

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