From: HARP Eligibility
To: Dean Sanpei,
Subject: Obama Announces HARP Extension Until 2015. Start Saving Today.
Date: Sun Feb 09 01:23:45 MST 2014
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President Announces HARP Extension. Start Saving Today

Save on Your Mortgage
The HARP refinance program was designed by the government to save homeowners thousands on their mortgage. Recently, the president has announced the decision to extend HARP into 2015 allowing more homeowners to realize their savings potential. Thanks to these new government programs mortgage rates are now hovering at an all-time low and homeowners are acting fast by taking advantage of their opportunity to refinance. See if You Qualify Obama Announces HARP 2.0
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Homeowners can now utilize HARP to refinance their home from high interest rates, declined home values, and underwater mortgages.
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Up to 200% loan to value, late mortgage payments may be acceptable, minimal fees, little or no out-of-pocket expenses, some may qualify without an appraisal.
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You may be eligible for a HARP 2.0 refinance through the Home Affordable Refinance Program. Check your eligibility through our simple, no obligation HARP program quotes.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE HOME AFFORDABLE REFINANCE PROGRAM & HOW YOU CAN PAY OFF YOUR HOME IN HALF THE TIME.






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