Lower Your Mortgage With HARP’S FREE Government Program
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Life Is Expensive, especially with a chronic illness, so if applicable lower your mortgage with HARP’S Free Government Program.
I Like, well more like LOVE DEALS.
My love for value is why the HARP Program appealed to our family’s circumstances.
The bills come in and our money went out….
So, when our family was made aware of HARP we jumped, leaped and sprinted to sign the paperwork.
What Is HARP?
HARP is named after —the Home Affordable Refinance Program.
The HARP Program was created by the Federal Housing Finance Agency specifically to help homeowners who are current on their mortgage payments, but have little to no equity in their homes, refinance their mortgage.
Even if they owe as much or more than their homes are currently worth you may be eligible for a HARP refinance.
If you received your mortgage from a bank, credit union or mortgage company, your mortgage may be owned by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac.
If your mortgage is owned by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac you could qualify for HARP refinancing and you could save thousands $$$$$$$$$$ with a lower rate or other more favorable terms.
No minimum credit score is required and closing costs can be bundled into the new loan so you DO NOT need much or any cash up front.
What If A Lender Says, “NO?”
If a lender says you are not eligible for HARP, ask for specific reasons why.
If you have good reason to believe you are eligible, ask to speak to the HARP specialist, or consider talking with a different lender.
It is often in your best interest to receive a second opinion and a second quote.
I hope this HypoGal Blog has helped you to understand how you can lower your mortgage payment with HARP’s FREE government program.
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