Could the “New Harp” be The Greatest Mortgage Reduction Program In History?

(Washington, D.C.) - Congress has replaced HARP, which helped over 3.3 million Americans reduce their mortgage payment, with a number of new programs including the Freddie Mac Enhanced Relief Refinance (FMERR) initiative, but the banks have been keeping this a secret!

If you owe less than $625,000 on your home you may qualify for Freddie Mac’s Enhanced Relief Refinance (FMERR) option. Click here to verify your eligibility with a short quiz. It’s hard to believe this program exists but after HARP helped more than 3.3 million U.S. households to refinance the government knew they had to step in with a replacement. This new program, or one of several other conventional refinance programs still could help hundreds of thousands – if only more homeowners would apply. Over 73% of Americans stated they were unaware of this program during our initial survey.

It’s insane this program isn’t talked about more often. For whatever reason, a lot of people think this program is “too good to be true”. Even worse, some think the program is only for homeowners with bad credit or foreclosures. This couldn’t be farther from the truth. HARP (and FMERR) were made for the average American. And having good credit helps you qualify for EVEN better rates!

So if lowering your payments, paying off your mortgage faster, and even taking some cash out would help you, it is vital you act now.

So while the banks happily wait for this program to end, the Government is making a final push and urging homeowners to take advantage. This program could end at any given time in 2019, but the good news is that once you're in, you're in. If lowering your payments, paying off your mortgage faster, and even taking some cash out would help you, it's vital you act now and see if you could qualify for FMERR or a better rate in today's marketplace.

Want To See How Much You Can Save? Here’s How:

  1. Tap your state below
  2. After you enter some information about your home, you will find out how much you may save by refinancing.
  3. Put money back into your pocket every month!