Even if you were turned down before, you may now qualify for the federal
government’s Home Affordable Refinance Program® (HARP®).
- Lower your monthly payment*
If the new loan is secured by your primary residence and the unpaid principal balance exceeds the property’s fair market value, the interest on the portion of the unpaid principal balance that is greater than the fair market value of your primary residence is not deductible for federal income tax purposes. You should consult a tax advisor for furtherinformation regarding the deductibility of interest and charges.
- Reduce your interest rate
- Get a fixed-rate mortgage that won’t change over time
- Build equity faster—shorter loan term options may be available
- Save time and money with usually no appraisal required
*Average actual monthly payment savings based on total Fannie Mae HARP volume through 2015. Your monthly savings may vary based on the specific terms of the loan
selected, the interest rate, APR and other factors. All loans are subject to credit approval.
HARP and Home Affordable Refinance Program are registered trademarks of the Federal Housing Finance Agency.
HARP ends soon!
Don’t miss your last
chance to save with HARP.