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  • Will HARP 3.0

    Published:admin | Oct 05, 2013

    Before the introduction of the Home Affordable Refinance Program, called HARP, many homeowners found that while they certainly could benefit from a lower rate, they couldnt refinance because they were underwater with their loan they owed more than their home was worth. Without HARP, refinancing requires equity and if the mortgage balance is greater than the value, then theres no refinance. HARP 2.0 History That's why HARP was introduced in 2009 and has helped over 2.8 million people so far.

    Will HARP 2.0

    Starting in 2009, the program allowed homeowners to refinance their underwater mortgages to a lower rate. Yet the program never took off as expected primarily due to the restrictions placed on the loan as well as lender's reluctance to approve any loan, much less those that are underwater. The original HARP never really got off the ground. Before the introduction of the Home Affordable Refinance Program, called HARP, many homeowners found that while they certainly could benefit from a lower rate, they couldnt refinanc   Read the rest of this entry »



    Will HARP 3.0 Get through Congress Soon?

    Published:admin | Oct 04, 2013

    Before the introduction of the Home Affordable Refinance Program, called HARP, many homeowners found that while they certainly could benefit from a lower rate, they couldnt refinance because they were underwater with their loan they owed more than their home was worth. Without HARP, refinancing requires equity and if the mortgage balance is greater than the value, then theres no refinance. HARP 2.0 History

    That's why HARP was introduced in 2009 and has helped over 2.8 million people so far.

    Will HARP 2.0

    Starting in 2009, the program allowed homeowners to refinance their underwater mortgages to a lower rate. Yet the program never took off as expected primarily due to the restrictions placed on the loan as well as lender's reluctance to approve any loan, much less those that are underwater. The original HARP never really got off the ground.

    Before the introduction of the Home Affordable Refinance Program, called HARP, many homeowners found that while they certainly could benefit from a lower   Read the rest of this entry »



    How HARP 2.0 has Helped Millions

    Published:admin | Oct 04, 2013

    Before the introduction of the Home Affordable Refinance Program, called HARP, many homeowners found that while they certainly could benefit from a lower rate, they couldnt refinance because they were underwater with their loan they owed more than their home was worth. Without HARP, refinancing requires equity and if the mortgage balance is greater than the value, then theres no refinance. HARP 2.0 History

    That's why HARP was introduced in 2009 and has helped over 2.8 million people so far.

    Will HARP 2.0

    Starting in 2009, the program allowed homeowners to refinance their underwater mortgages to a lower rate. Yet the program never took off as expected primarily due to the restrictions placed on the loan as well as lender's reluctance to approve any loan, much less those that are underwater. The original HARP never really got off the ground.

    Before the introduction of the Home Affordable Refinance Program, called HARP, many homeowners found that while they certainly could benefit from a lower   Read the rest of this entry »



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