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Because so many million homeowners across the United States are struggling to make their mortgage payments and facing foreclosure, the US Treasury Department under Making Home Affordable implemented the Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives Program (HAFA). Effective April 5, 2010, HAFA offers incentives to homeowners, investors, and loan servicers to complete a short sale or deed in lieu of foreclosure. The incentives for homeowners include receiving $3000 in relocation costs and avoiding foreclosure. Not all homeowners qualify. The HAFA program applies to homeowners who: 1. do not qualify for a trial mortgage modification under the Making Home Affordable Program; 2. do not successfully complete the trial period for their modification; 3. miss at least two consecutive payments during their modification period; or 4. request a short sale or deed-in-lieu of foreclosure. In addition, the property must be the homeowners primary residence, the first mortgage must have been obtained prior to January, 2009, loans balances cannot exceed $729750, and the homeowners monthly principal, interest, taxes and insurance must exceed 31% of their gross monthly income. Mortgage servicers participating in the Making Home Affordable Program (HAMP) must evaluate homeowners for a Home Affordable Modification before evaluating them for other options as well as implement the Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives Program (HAFA). Some limitations under HAFA include the bank pre-approving

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