The "Mortgage Rebate Program" Banks Don't Want You to Know About
The greatest mortgage reduction program in US History expires in 2016
(Washington, D.C.) The greatest mortgage reduction program in US History is set to expire in 2016, but the banks have been keeping this a secret!
When homeowners visit the official HARP Approved Website, they may be surprised to find out they qualify for a plan that offers them shockingly low interest rates and reduced mortgage payments.
So while the banks happily wait for this program to end, the government is doing absolutely nothing to extend the program and cut mortgage payments. The program is set to expire in 2016, but the good news though is that once you’re in, you’re in. If lowering your payments, paying off your mortgage faster, and even taking some cash out would help you, it’s vital you act now.
What is HARP?
HARP is a special government program to help homeowners take advantage of today’s record-low interest rates. If your mortgage balance is less than $625,000 and you’ve continued to make your payments on time, there’s a good chance that you can reduce your payment. Remember, HARP expires at the end of the year. Now is the time to See if You Qualify >>
Where Do You Start?
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(1) Average savings of $82 per week, for 52 weeks. For more details, please read the research provided by Fannie Mae. http://www.fanniemae.com/resources/file/aboutus/media/HARP-Research-Report-030613.pdfTHIS IS AN ADVERTISEMENT AND NOT AN ACTUAL NEWS ARTICLE, BLOG, OR CONSUMER PROTECTION UPDATE
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