Borrowers cannot have any missed or late home loan repayments in the half a year ahead of applying for the HARP 2.0 program and no one or more belated re payment within the previous 12 months.
Repeat Usage of System
Under many circumstances you can’t have formerly refinanced your home loan with HARP 2.0 which means you cannot utilize the program numerous times.
The HARP 2.0 Program does not apply a maximum loan-to-value (LTV) ratio which makes it perfect for homeowners who’re underwater on the home loan. As an example, if your property is respected at $100,000 along with your home loan balance is $110,000, you’re underwater on your own loan since your house will probably be worth significantly less than everything you possess on the home loan. Most commonly it is impractical to refinance your mortgage if you’re underwater in your house. As the system doesn’t work with a maximum LTV ratio, loan providers might not need an assessment report which saves borrowers time and money. A new appraisal should not be needed in cases where lenders can access a reliable property value estimate from Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac, called an Automated Valuation Model ( AMV) value. If a trusted home value is certainly not available through Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac a unique appraisal report is generally needed.