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12 November 2018
The Home Affordable Refinance Program is ending, but homeowners with little or negative equity will still have options for refinancing their mortgages.
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18 September 2017
Two new underwater refinance programs are set to give homeowners with little or no home equity new options for refinancing their mortgages.
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3 July 2017
The Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) will end on Oct.1, but that doesn't mean that homeowners with negative or low equity won't be able to refinance their mortgages.
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20 May 2016
Time is running out for low-equity and underwater homeowners to refinance through the federal HARP program.
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12 September 2015
The Further information:.
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13 May 2015
Qualified homeowners are getting an extra year to reduce their mortgage payments through the federal HARP and HAMP initiatives, now that the deadlines for both programs have been extended by the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA).
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5 January 2015
New Year's Day has come and gone, but there's still one more resolution you should make: get a HARP refinance for your underwater or low-equity mortgage, if you haven't done so already.
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25 June 2014
The clock is ticking on HARP, the federal program designed to help underwater and low-equity homeowners refinance their mortgages.
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10 February 2014
More than 3 million mortgages have now been refinanced through the Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP), a milestone the once-beleaguered federal program reached in November.
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7 February 2014
As many as half of all homeowners have never refinanced their mortgages, despite Further information:.
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14 December 2013
Changes at the top of federal bureaucracies often seem to have little effect on the average person.But this week's confirmation of former U.S.Rep.
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12 August 2013
Applications for mortgage refinancing[[sitetree_link,id=13]] have been dwindling as rates have risen in recent months.But if you haven't been able to refinance yet, those higher rates might represent an opportunity.
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