The Home Refinance Plan Banks Dont Want You Knowing

Dated: February 2 2016

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Close to a million homeowners could still benefit today, but sadly, many perceive HARP to be too good to be true. Remember, HARP is a free government program and there’s absolutely NO COST.


Still unknown to many, this brilliant government program called the Home Affordable Refinance Plan (HARP)1 could benefit millions of Americans and reduce their monthly payments by as much as $2,400 each year.2 You could bet the banks aren’t too thrilled about losing all that profit and might secretly hope homeowners don’t find out before time runs out.

So while the banks happily wait for this program to end, the government is making a final push and urging homeowners to take advantage. The program is set to expire in 2016, but the good news though is that once you’re in, you’re in. If lowering your payments and paying off your mortgage faster would help you, it’s vital you act now.

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