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Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternative Program HAFA


www.WheresMyEquity.com Starting April 5th, lenders will start mailing letters to all borrowers who have been denied a HAMP (Home Affordable Modification Program) modification. With this program, borrowers can choose either a deed-in-lieu or short sale over foreclosure. Incentives for borrowers include a $1500 moving allowance, no contributions needed at closing, no deficiency judgement, no promissory note, and a proposed streamlined process.

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One Response to "Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternative Program HAFA"

  1. zboy812 says:
    LOAN MODIFICATIONS ARE A FRAUD. NPV MEANS YOU ONLY GET HELP IF YOUR HOUSE IS UPSIDE DOWN. YOU ONLY GET HELP IF THE BANK CAN TAKE MORE MONEY FROM YOU THAT WAY. HAMP means OBANA made it legal to steal your home.

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