Government Refinance and Home Purchase Assistance

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We might be closer to “HARP 3.0″ than expected. The Obama administration is reportedly considering issuing an executive order that would open the benefits of the HARP program to responsible borrowers who have conventional mortgages that are not currently backed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. If this happens it would open the door for hundreds of thousands of homeowners to refinance to the historically low interest rates we are now seeing. Currently, borrowers who have less than 20% equity in their homes have great difficulty refinancing unless they have an FHA loan, Va loan, or a conventional loan backed by Fannie or Freddie. In cases where they still have some equity this currently undeserved group must add mortgage insurance to the loan and in cases where they have no equity they are out of luck entirely. So an executive order opening the benefits of the HARP program would be huge news.

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