Mortgage, Real Estate, US Real Estate

Five million homeowners could benefit from refinancing

By Mike Wheatley | January 13, 2016
Although interest rates have been at record lows for the last several years, a vast number of borrowers are yet to take action by refinancing their mortgages to enjoy cheaper monthly rates, CNBC News reports.
Featured News, Real Estate, US Real Estate

FHFA Director Insists: "HARP is not a Scam"

By Mike Wheatley | August 27, 2014
About 800,000 families across the country could benefit from the Home Affordable Refinance Program by lowering their monthly mortgage payments, but fear is keeping them away from the program
Mortgage, US Real Estate

HARP 2.0 Helping More Homeowners To Refinance

By Mike Wheatley | March 15, 2013
The foreclosure crisis played havoc with real estate markets across the nation, yet some markets were clearly worse hit than others. Now, those areas that suffered the most are leading the nation in refinancings as homeowners look to reduced their monthly mortgage payements and hold onto their homes.
Mortgage, Real Estate, US Real Estate

Banks Profiting from HARP Monopoly

By Mike Wheatley | June 20, 2012
A change in the rules of the government’s redesigned mortgage refinancing program HARP has led to an unexpected source of income for banks, which are expected to accrue around $12 billion from helping homeowners refinance their mortgages
Brokerage, Featured News, Mortgage, US Real Estate

The Responsible Homeowners Refinancing Act of 2012 Pushes for HARP 3.0

By Broderick Perkins | May 11, 2012
It's not the HARP 3.0 rumored to be in the pipeline, but the Responsible Homeowners Refinancing Act of 2012 would boost HARP 2.0 and provide additional refinance relief for households struggling to make the mortgage payment.
Featured News, Investing, Mortgage, Real Estate, US Real Estate

Time To Call In The IRS To Stop The Foreclosure Crisis

By Donna S. Robinson | April 13, 2012
The government's attempts to "fix" housing, and stop the foreclosure crisis via various programs have failed miserably. We've seen a 7 trillion dollar loss in the value of the U.S. housing market, and trillions more spent for bank bailouts, yet home sales are down and foreclosures continue at record levels.
Mortgage, Real Estate, Residential, US Real Estate

Obama Housing Rescue: Not Enough Life Jackets to Go Around

By Ken Speegle | April 13, 2012
When government decides to dive into the water and rescue drowning homeowners, little thought is given to how so-called “bold” rescue plans will impact those who won’t be offered their very own bailout package. For instance, the Obama administration is bent on rescuing a core constituency: vulnerable, middle-class homeowners.
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