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How to Get Approved for HAMP

The Home Affordable Modification Program, also know as the HAMP, is apart of President Obama’s Making Home Affordable Program. Getting approved for HAMP will not only lower your mortgage payment to 31% of your gross monthly income but it will stop the foreclosure on your home. The HAMP is for homeowners, who are facing financial hardship and are struggling to keep up with their mortgage payments due to the downturn in the economy. Many borrowers who have been applying for HAMP because they fit the government eligibility requirements are still being denied. This video will explain why this is happening and teach you how to go about getting the expert assistance you need to get approved for HAMP. For more information about eligibility and for a consultation to see if you can get approved for HAMP, visit:


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