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HARP Update the Obama Plan


HARP 2.0 the updated Obama homeowner refinance program, ready to kick off on November 15, 2011. This is what you need to know about the HARP program. Video hosted by Troy Sage of S2 Negotiations.

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2 Responses to "HARP Update the Obama Plan"

  1. s2negotiations says:
    @Golfer4God Yes I agree. This updated program will allow us Brokers to help more homeowners avoid foreclosure. I also agree that even a couple hundred dollars per month should help homeowners a lot. I’m finding the key is being in touch with homeowners when they first start having problems or the first sign of struggling to make a mortgage payment. Crossing my fingers more homeowners stay engaged.
  2. Golfer4God says:
    I think I’ll be able to help a lot of people in the Temecula, Murrieta, Menifee area refinance into a lower rate using this new HARP 2.0 program. But more importantly, I think this will provide an opportunity for people to confront the long term implications of doing this and analyze whether keeping a property that is 175% (or more) loan-to-value is really a wise thing to do…..even if we can reduce their payment a few hundred dollars. (Disclosure – I actually short sold my home)

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