Special Report! HOPE Now!
US Gov Supports Homeowners With Subprime Mortgages

HOPE Now, a mortgage industry alliance assisting homeowners in distress, helps prevent foreclosure. Currently, many homeowners are receiving help through HAMP, HARP and Making Home Affordable Program in conjunction with HOPE Now.

HOPE Now Proposal

Initially, members of this voluntary alliance proposed these 3 ways to help American homeowners avoid foreclosure...

1. Refinance an existing subprime mortgage into a new home loan.

2. Extend current interest rates for 5 additional years, the so-called 5 Year Freeze.

3. Move subprime mortgages into the FHASecure program. (The FHASecure program is now cancelled.)

Today, HOPE Now provides free foreclosure assistance and housing counseling services for homeowners who cannot afford monthly house payments.

President Bush Speaks About HOPE Now

For individual homeowners, the subprime mortgage problem is more difficult. Many of those feeling financial stress have an adjustable rate mortgage, which typically starts with a lower interest rate and then resets to a higher rate after a few years.

Many of those borrowers cannot afford the higher payments. And now some are fearing foreclosure - which is a terrible burden for hardworking families and a source of concern for entire communities and neighborhoods across our country.

HOPE Now members have agreed on a set of industrywide standards to provide relief to these borrowers in one of three ways: by refinancing an existing loan into a new private mortgage, by moving them into an FHA Secure loan, or by freezing their current interest rate for five years. - George W. Bush, December 2007

Seven HOPE Now Questions to Ask Regarding Mortgage Modification

1. How do I know which option is best for me?

2. Can my interest rate adjust at any time in the future?

3. Will my monthly payment remain the same?

4. Are there any prepayment penalties?

5. Am I required to refinance in the future?

6. Will any deferred interest be added to my mortgage balance?

7. Do these options cost me?

HOPE Now - Still Helping Home Owners Today

Although several years have passed since the inception of HOPE Now, homeowners can still contact HOPE Now using the toll-free hotline at 1-888-995-HOPE. Be encouraged. Homeowners in distress can have a new beginning.

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