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Does the HARP program require one to escrow taxes?

We currently do not escrow our taxes and are looking into going into the HARP program. Will we be required to escrow our taxes in that program? I know you do with HAMP but not sure with HARP.

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One Response to "Does the HARP program require one to escrow taxes?"

  1. cactusgene says:
    I have been in real estate for over 40 years, but I have never heard of either a HAMP or a HARP program. To me a harp is a musical instrument, which is mainly played by angels.

    All kidding aside, ask the lender you are dealing with and you get the most accurate answer to your question.

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