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Last updated on: September 1, 2014

HARP 2.0 extended through 2015! Check if you are Eligible NOW!

You may be eligible for lower interest rates even if your loan is upside down

Monday, September 1, 2014

Do you ever feel like you need a break on your mortgage payment? If your loan is owned by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac, you may be able to lower your interest rate even if your loan is upside down. Over 2 million homeowners have refinanced through HARP since its inception in 2009.

Who is Eligible?

If you’re current on your mortgage, you may be eligible for HARP if your loan is owned or guaranteed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. Check these sites for more information on your loan.

HARP Could Save Thousands

Thanks to the Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP), you may be able to:

  1. Lower your monthly payments
  2. Reduce Mortgage Terms
  3. Convert your ARM to a fixed-rate mortgage

Are you interested in finding out if you are eligible to lower your interest rates EVEN IF YOUR LOAN IS UPSIDE DOWN? Start now! It will only take you a few minutes. Our service is designed to connect homeowners like you with lenders who may assist them in taking advantage of the government's HARP mortgage program. Our goal is to provide an easy connection for homeowners seeking information on HARP eligibility.

The program will connect you with mortgage professionals that may be able to help you even if your loan is not HARP eligible. With home values on the rise, there are new programs available that may be able to assist you. Start now to check your options.

Actions-help-hint-iconTIP: Finding these lenders and having them compete for your business is the key to getting the lowest rate possible.

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