Why Banks Don’t Want   Florida   Homeowners To Know About This Refinancing Plan

April 9, 2017

Many homeowners have been surprised to find that they were eligible for the little-known government plan called the Home Affordable Refinancing Plan, HARP.

Save Up To $3,500 in Year One

If you owe less than $300,000 on your home, you probably qualify for HARP. This free government program was passed by Obama gives the middle class a once in a lifetime opportunity. Hundreds of thousands of homeowners are still eligible for this program, which could help you save up to $3,500 in the first year.

HARP is totally free and helps qualified Americans get better, more affordable mortgages. Many homeowners think that this is too good to be true and do not take advantage. But, the truth is many have already taken advantage and have cut years off of their mortgage. However, this is likely temporary and the program is expected to expire in September 2017.

It’s Totally Free and Easy to See if You Qualify

FreeValues helps homeowners find banks that offer refinancing opportunities. FreeValues is a completely free service that helps homeowners across the country. Their easy online form only takes minutes to complete and connects you with a network of lenders, both online and offline.

Here's How To Do It:

Step 1: Click on the Map

Step 2: Answer a few questions
about your home

See If You Qualify »
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