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Refinance your mortgage with the help of the government- Harp Program

Article by giovanni lambrusco Maybe you didn’t get a refinance with a traditional refinance bank, because the value of your home has decreased? Or maybe you owe more on your mortgage than your house is worth? Then the Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) may help you to refinance your mortgage. Many homeowners try to refinance their mortgage but are failing for many reasons. Whether you watch the financial news on CNBC or Bloomberg TV,  I’m sure you’ve heard about the existance of certain government programs aimed at helping home owners who cannot take advantage of cheap mortgage rates, just because they don’t qualify to refinance their mortgage. This “HARP loan program” is a great chance for property owners with mortgages owned by either Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. Are You Considering Re-Financing? Homeowners who … Read entire article »

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Where’s the Promised Government Loan Money (HARP) for Distressed Homeowners?

THE HISTORY OF HARP Since 2007, when the American housing bubble burst, untold numbers of homeowners have found themselves in the dire dilemma of seeing the value of their homes sink below the amount they owe on their mortgages, putting them “under water” in mortgage jargon. With most mortgage lenders requiring a loan to value ratio (LTV) of 80% or less on refinancing (not requiring private mortgage insurance [PMI]), these homeowners have been basically locked out from taking advantage of the record low interest rates. Seeking solutions, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) introduced the Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) in March 2009 thus began the history of HARP. WHO QUALIFIES FOR HARP? HARP was designed to help homeowners obtain refinancing when the value of their home exceeded 80% LTV without having to … Read entire article »

Filed under: Mortgage Refinancing

The US Government Owes You – IRS Debt Relief Programs Are in Place to Repay Their Mistakes

Over the past few years, the instability of the economy has been becoming more and more noticeable, and thankfully the government have taken steps to help out the people who really could do with a helping hand in these hard times. There are various IRS debt relief programs that have been introduced to give people more flexibility on their income tax returns. For instance, if you receive any help with your mortgage then this is not counted as additional taxable income anymore. Indeed, if it was counted, the extra tax you owed would actually cancel out the help in the first place! These IRS debt relief measures have been effective since 2007 and apply to the income tax returns that were filed in 2007, 2008, and those that will be … Read entire article »

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Question about the making home affordable plan the government signed.?

I’ve been online and researched about the making home affordable program and I’ve found out there’s two parts to the program: one called the home affordable refinance and the other home affordable modification. The home affordable refinance requires the loans to be either fannie mae or freddie mac to qualify. The home affordable modification helps the others that do not have loans with fannie mae or freddic mac. I keep calling my mortgage company, Countrywide, becuase they posted online that they supposedly started to take applications for the goverment program. But everytime I call, they keep saying my loan is not a fannie mae or freddic mac loan; therefore, I do not qualify. I just want to know if there is anybody that does not have a fannie mae or freddic mac loan … Read entire article »

Filed under: Mortgage Refinancing

Could someone Sue the Federal government If Paul Ryan’s plan becomes law?

I’m 39 years old. Looked at my Tax info just out of curiosity. It was shocked to learn that i have paid nearly 75k into medicare. Threw my life until now. By the time I reach 65, I probably would have doubled that. Easily or possibly even tippled it. If I live my life expectancy, then my payout from Ryan Care would be less than a third of what I paid into it. Medicare has been the same since the 1960′s. Why , as a Senior citizen, should I settle for this? And before you harp on me , I’m registered Republican. … Read entire article »

Filed under: Mortgage Refinancing – #1 Government & Seized Auto Auctions. Cars 95% Off!

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Is there such a thing as Government Debt Relief?

Is there such a thing as Government Debt Relief? And does it actually work? And how? … Read entire article »

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MASSIVE 8.9 JAPAN EARTHQUAKE caused by the US Government with HAARP!!!!

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Filed under: Mortgage Refinancing

Is there an actual government agency that does Debt Consolidation?

I did a search but I keep getting other sites, I would like to see if there is an actual government agency that handles Debt Consolidation, any information is greatly appreciated! … Read entire article »

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LINK FROM: The problem in very recent history traces back to the September and October months of 2008, when Wall Street investment banks and the US banking system died. These banks have not and will not recover, since they died. Some deaths were obvious, but others remain well hidden. The big banks do not lend money since they are dead, the dirty little secret. Their insolvency is easy to prove, but obscured by altered accounting rules put in place on April 1st 2009. They include generous rules that permit a dead entity to declare itself alive by filing a false accounting report, valuing their own assets at whatever suits their needs. Generally, insolvency plus illiquidity will force bankruptcy. But Wall Street and the Big US Banks use naked shorting … Read entire article »

Filed under: Insolvency

Corruption in the government?

I work around some people who think that our government is corrupt. Obviously I know that we aren’t perfect in government, however, I have heard that not only was our own government responsible for 9/11 but also they have way of controlling the weather with a program called HARP..Not only that, but they go as far to say that our government is controlled from a smaller group of people called the Illuminati…Now, I don’t know what to make of all this..Too much too fast for me LOL…Anyway, what do you think about this? And do you have anything extra to add? … Read entire article »

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