Finally! FHA Mortgage Relief Refinance Available For A Limited Time

*UPDATE* This incredible refinance offer is now set to expire. You will need to contact us by Thursday, June 21, 2012.  Click here to see if you qualify for this FHA Streamline Refinance. In an update to guidelines, the FHA eliminated verification for nearly everything on an FHA Streamline Refinance mortgage application.  There is now no verification of income or employment! What Is An FHA Streamline Refinance? The FHA Streamline Refinance is a special mortgage product, reserved for homeowners with existing FHA mortgages. Homeowners with conventional mortgages via Fannie Mae or Freddie can’t use it. FHA Streamline Refinances are the fastest, simplest way for FHA-insured homeowners to refinance their respective mortgages. The FHA Streamline...

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Great News Indiana! FHA Lowers Mortgage Insurance Premiums For Some Refinancing!

Great News Indiana! FHA Lowers Mortgage Insurance Premiums For Some Refinancing! The Federal Housing Administration will lower mortgage insurance premiums for borrowers who refinance their loans as part of President Barack Obama’s plan to improve the housing market.  The FHA will reduce up-front premiums to 0.01 percent of total loan amount from 1 percent under the plan announced by Obama.   Annual fees will be cut to 0.55 percent from 1.15 percent for borrowers with FHA loans made before June 1, 2009, according to a fact sheet distributed by the Obama administration.  “I’m not one of those people who thinks we should just sit by and wait for the housing market to hit bottom,” Obama said at a recent news conference. “There are...

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Indiana Mortgage Relief: Obama Announces Help for Homeowners

Indiana Mortgage Relief: Obama Announces Help for Homeowners WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama is aiming mortgage relief at members of the military as well as homeowners with government-insured loans, the administration’s latest efforts to address a persistent housing crisis.  On the heels of economic crisis, any Indiana mortgage relief is a welcome sight!   In his first full news conference of the year Tuesday, Obama announced plans to let borrowers with mortgages insured by the Federal Housing Administration refinance at lower rates.  That could save the average homeowner more than $1,000 a year.   Under the housing plans Obama announced Tuesday, FHA-insured borrowers would be able to refinance their loans at half the fee that the FHA...

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