HARP

The FHFA says HARP will be extended by one more year

The Home Affordable Refinance Program, better known simply as “HARP” is to be extended into next year, Fannie Mae and…

6 years ago

Five million homeowners could benefit from refinancing

Although interest rates have been at record lows for the last several years, a vast number of borrowers are yet…

6 years ago

FHFA Director Insists: “HARP is not a Scam”

About 800,000 families across the country could benefit from the Home Affordable Refinance Program by lowering their monthly mortgage payments,…

8 years ago

HARP 2.0 Helping More Homeowners To Refinance

The foreclosure crisis played havoc with real estate markets across the nation, yet some markets were clearly worse hit than…

9 years ago

Banks Profiting from HARP Monopoly

A change in the rules of the government’s redesigned mortgage refinancing program HARP has led to an unexpected source of…

10 years ago

The Responsible Homeowners Refinancing Act of 2012 Pushes for HARP 3.0

It's not the HARP 3.0 rumored to be in the pipeline, but the Responsible Homeowners Refinancing Act of 2012 would…

10 years ago

Time To Call In The IRS To Stop The Foreclosure Crisis

The government's attempts to "fix" housing, and stop the foreclosure crisis via various programs have failed miserably. We've seen a…

10 years ago

Obama Housing Rescue: Not Enough Life Jackets to Go Around

When government decides to dive into the water and rescue drowning homeowners, little thought is given to how so-called “bold”…

10 years ago

Fannie And Freddie Principal Reductions: Election Year Wrangling?

FHFA Regulator, Edward DeMarco, charged with oversight of mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, is under heavy pressure from…

10 years ago

Taxpayers On Hook As Government Insured Lending Spins Out Of Control

Even as government agencies settle mortgage and foreclosure related lawsuits, the Dodd-Frank legislation takes effect and the nation grapples with…

10 years ago