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Good News for HARP: More Time, Low Rates

Good News for HARP: More Time, Low Rates

HARP, one of the most successful crisis-era programs for homeowners has been extended to September 30, 2017. If you haven't acted yet, you now have more time to take advantage of today's low rates.

3.4 Million Homeowners Have Saved Big $$$ Through HARP. Could You?

3.4 Million Homeowners Have Saved Big $$$ Through HARP. Could You?

If you're underwater on your mortgage and could use extra cash in your wallet, call your lender today and ask if HARP can help you.

Faces of HARP Success

Faces of HARP Success

Homeowners nationwide continue to reap significant savings by refinancing through the HARP, with an average savings of $2,400 per year. HARP expires at the end of this year - don't let the savings window close on you.

HARP: Get the Facts and Act Fast

HARP: Get the Facts and Act Fast

Over 3.4 million homeowners have been helped through HARP, yet many eligible homeowners are still sitting on the sidelines due to common myths about the program. Follow along as we deliver the facts.

HARP: Two Ways to Save

HARP: Two Ways to Save

HARP, a federal program launched to help homeowners who owe more on their home than it's worth, helps borrowers save in two ways: through lower rates and lower terms. Find out if you're eligible for HARP and act fast as the program ends soon!

More than 3.3 Million People Have Saved With HARP. Could you?

More than 3.3 Million People Have Saved With HARP. Could you?

If you owe more on your mortgage than your home is worth and haven't refinanced into a lower interest rate yet, then HARP is designed for you.

You've Got Questions? We've Got Answers

You've Got Questions? We've Got Answers

What's on your mind these days when it comes to housing? Thanks to our consumer response specialists who answer your questions every day, we've got a pretty good idea. Here are five of the questions they hear most often.

Refinancing Borrowers Saving Over $1.4 Billion in Mortgage Interest Payments

Refinancing Borrowers Saving Over $1.4 Billion in Mortgage Interest Payments

Equity Cash-Out Activity Increases, But Volume Remains Low

3.2 Million Have Benefitted from HARP; You Could Too

3.2 Million Have Benefitted from HARP; You Could Too

You could be one of the more than 722,000 borrowers who still have a strong financial incentive to refinance through HARP.

Larger Share of Americans Tapping Home Equity When Refinancing

Larger Share of Americans Tapping Home Equity When Refinancing

The share of borrowers who are tapping their equity by cashing out at the time of refinance has doubled from the same quarter last year as a result of broad-based house price appreciation.

How One Family Found Answers and Hope

How One Family Found Answers and Hope

Ryan and Linda felt discouraged. They didn't know where to turn for help in keeping their Phoenix-area home. Then a friend suggested contacting a housing counselor.

HARP: It's the Real Deal

HARP: It's the Real Deal

Today, we're swatting down one of the answers we hear most when we ask eligible borrowers why they haven't HARPed: They think it's a scam. Here's why it's not.

Are you Leaving Money on the Table?

Are you Leaving Money on the Table?

There are about 675,000 homeowners who could save money by refinancing through HARP, but have yet to take advantage of the program. Are you one of them?

Harp, Harp, Harp

Harp, Harp, Harp

If you owe more on your mortgage than your home is worth and haven't refinanced into a lower interest rate, this HARP is for you.