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Florida’s foreclosure prevention program shifts tactics

“Florida’s $1 billion foreclosure prevention program, which has historically helped homeowners fight off bank repossessions with mortgage assistance, might start pitching in for first-time homebuyers’ down payments. The proposal would earmark $50 million for down payments from the federal Hardest Hit Fund, which was created with taxpayer money, a publication reported. The program has until

Nearly Two Million Homeowners Offered Mortgage Solutions in 2014

“More than 489,000 permanent home loan modifications were offered to homeowners last year, according to HOPE NOW’s 2014 loan modification data released today. HOPE NOW is a voluntary, private sector alliance of mortgage servicers, investors, mortgage insurers, and non-profit counselors. The data showed more than 1.88 million homeowners received loan modifications, short sales, deeds in lieu,

Redefaults Continue to Plague HAMP

The Home Affordable Modification Program continues to disappoint. As of Dec. 31, one in three struggling homeowners who received a loan modification through HAMP ultimately redefaulted on those loans, a new report has found. Meanwhile, the program that was supposed to help some 4 million families avoid foreclosure has helped only a fraction of that

Report: Michiganders missing out on loan modification program

“WASHINGTON – Tens of thousands of Michigan homeowners are potentially missing out on the Obama administration’s flagship foreclosure prevention program, according to a government report released last week. Michigan homeowners have used the program to lower their monthly payments at far lower rates than would be expected given the state’s foreclosure rate, according to the

Government program providing mortgage relief

“NORWICH – For years, Edward Delsanto has been forced to make choices. Should he fix his car or septic tank and risk being short on his $1,570 mortgage payment for his 2,100-square-foot Voluntown home he’s owned since 1992? Should the former Navy submariner and Connecticut National Guardsman dip into his savings or use some of his
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