For the first time in two years, fewer homeowners are missing mortgage payments, Treasury Department regulators reported Wednesday, but foreclosures are surging as many loan-modification efforts fail. Three years have passed since the mortgage debacle made most sub-prime and nontraditional loans unavailable, and most loans since have been “plain vanilla” fixed-rate mortgages to prime-credit borrowers.

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