Are You Eligible?

Wondering if you’re eligible or know someone looking to refinance? Learn more about HARP eligibility requirements with this infographic and share it with family and friends!
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HARP — The Roadmap to Savings.

Find out how HARP can be your road to savings. Learn about the monthly and long-term benefits you could get by refinancing through HARP and share it with your family and friends!
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Best Mortgage Tips for June 2018

June 1, 2018
If your mortgage is more than the value of your house, you still have time to refinance through the Home Affordable Refinance Program, or HARP.
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700,000 Homeowners Could Still Benefit from U.S. HARP Refinancing Program 

January 23, 2015
Although the housing market is increasingly on the mend, hundreds of thousands of homeowners still have little or no equity in their homes and could benefit from a federal mortgage refinancing program that is scheduled to end this year.
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Millions of homeowners could refinance and save big 

December 30, 2014
Millions of homeowners could save big money -- and possibly their homes -- by refinancing to today's historically low rates. But most don't even apply. Nearly 770,000 homeowners are eligible for cheaper loans through its Home Affordable Refinance Program.
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Have You Missed Your Chance to Use the HARP Refinance Program? 

December 30, 2014
The HARP refinance has been a staple of the U.S. housing market recovery. Yet, with mortgage rates at their low point for the year and at their best levels since mid-2013, HARP loan activity is dropping. There were fewer HARP loans closed in October than during any month since HARP 2 launched four years ago. Yet, the typical HARP-refinancing household saves more than 35% annually on their mortgage. 
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Federal housing officials spread message about HARP at Miami town-hall meeting 

December 5, 2014
FHFA Director Mel Watt and other housing experts, including representatives from the Department of Treasury, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, hosted meeting December 5 to reach out to the 21,291 homeowners in the area who are eligible for the Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP).  
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More than 97,000 Florida homeowners fail to cash in on federal program

November 18, 2014
More than 97,000 Florida homeowners are failing to cash in on a federal mortgage program that could save them hundreds of dollars each month.

According to a second-quarter report from the Federal Housing Finance Agency, Florida has the highest number of borrowers eligible for the Home Affordable Refinance Program that aren’t taking advantage of the lower interest rates it offers.
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Florida homeowners missing out on mortgage savings

September 24, 2014
Nearly 100,000 Florida homeowners, including 5,100 in Palm Beach County, are losing out on lower monthly mortgage payments by not taking advantage of the Home Affordable Refinance Program. The Federal Housing Finance Agency issued a report this week that found 3.2 million homeowners nationwide have used HARP, which reduces the amount of interest paid on mortgages that are underwater.
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FHFA Announces Detroit HARP Outreach Event

September 18, 2014
Today, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) announced it will hold its third event to reach homeowners who could benefit from the Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) on October 2, 2014 in Detroit. FHFA Director Mel Watt will join housing experts and community leaders for a town hall-style meeting at the main branch of the Detroit Public Library.
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Many Homeowners Still Qualify For Mortgage Relief

August 26, 2014
The financial crisis pushed millions of Americans from their homes. And housing advocates complain that the government did more to prop up big banks on Wall Street than it did to help average people on Main Street.
But many of those people on Main Street could still qualify for a government program to help them save money by refinancing their mortgages.
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