Keeping It Real: Underwater mortgage holders may be able to refinance

Posted on Mar 19, 2013 in HARP Refinance

Keeping It Real: Underwater mortgage holders may be able to refinance
The Home Affordable Refinance Program was announced in March 2009. It was designed by the government to help 5 million underwater or equity-challenged borrowers nationally. In October 2011, visit this discount in an effort to help more borrowers, story the loan-to-value …
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… says mortgage-bond trader Patrick Ahn. The Federal Housing Finance Agency will show in a report today how more borrowers, particularly those who are in negative equity, are taking advantage of the government's Home Affordable Refinance Program, …
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US mortgage refinance program on the up
The US government effort to help struggling homeowners under the home affordability refinance program (HARP) nearly doubled in 2012 from 2011. Harp helps borrowers stuck in loans backed from Fannie and Freddie Mac and which are in negative equity.
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