by Gregory from Hoschton, Georgia USA
Ask Kate: Problems with HARP and Mortgage Refinancing Hello Kate, I am trying to refinance and really have no clue to what I am doing. I went through a divorce and was left with the home so I refinanced it four years ago at 6.375%.
Because I did not qualify for the loan with the debt to income ratios, they gave me the loan based on my credit score.
Well I have been really struggling to stay current on all my bills. I have tried to refi with the Making Home Affordable plan but my mortgage company went bankrupt. Now my loan is transferred to another major lender and they do not offer this type of loan.
All this mortgage refinancing makes no sense to me. I have tried to understand it on the government website. I contacted another major loan company famous for being involved in the Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) but they are not being very helpful.
So where should I turn and what would be a good step in trying to refinance? Thanks so much for your time. Have a blessed day, Gregory
Kate Answers: Problems with HARP and Mortgage Refinancing
Hello Gregory, I wish I could tell you it isn't so but right now refinancing is about as much fun as getting a root canal. (My apologies to our Dentist friends)
If you've been reading my website, you know what I say. It is your
mortgage! The fact that no one cares more about your home than you means it is time to get down to business.
No two ways about it, you should approach getting a lender methodically. Already, your first lender went bankrupt. Next you were transferred to a company not equipped to handle your situation and thirdly, the Big Box Lender you've just contacted has no intention of lending a helping hand. No pun intended!
So it's time for a new approach to mortgage refinancing. Here is where you can learn to compare mortgage rates and find the best lenders in six simple steps. From creating a list to contacting lenders
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