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This program aims to help underwater homeowners
… situations where property values are at least 25 percent less than the outstanding mortgage debt. If you have an underwater home and if you want to refinance at today's rates – then you need to look at the government's Home Affordable Refinance …
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Fewer HARP Mortgages Closed, link But HARP Remains A Huge Part Of Today's
Fewer than 30,000 HARP 2.0 mortgages closed in January 2014, the lowest one-month tally in more than two years. Fewer HARP closings doesn't mean that the refinance program for underwater homeowners is less valuable, however. In some states, HARP …
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HARP refinancing is still available for underwater homeowners
The federal Home Affordable Refinance Program, or HARP, is set up to help homeowners lower their monthly payment no matter how underwater they are. Many investors and second-home owners are also eligible. About 27 percent of Arizona homeowners …
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