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What is a Jumbo Mortgage?
If you're in need of a large mortgage loan, a jumbo mortgage that's higher than the conventional mortgage amount may be right for you. When you get a mortgage there are some options to consider. One of those options is which kind of mortgage you’re actually going to apply for. Most people choose a conventional loan, but if you’re trying to borrow a large amount of money you may not be able to get that type of mortgage. Instead, you may need a jumbo mortgage, which means that you’ll be borrowing more than $417,000. In some parts of the country where prices are very high, you’ll need to borrow more than $625,500 in order to qualify for a jumbo loan. But what is a jumbo mortgage, really, and how can it help you get the house you need? Will it cost you more in interest and other fees? The more you know about your options, the more informed decision you can make.
What is a HARP Mortgage?
Is your current mortgage underwater? Discover how a HARP refinance can help you to refinance your loan and keep your home. What is a HARP mortgage? In response to the number of foreclosures after the housing bubble burst in 2008, the Federal Housing Finance Agency started the Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP). This program was designed to help homeowners who are current on their mortgage payments but are unable to refinance since the amount owed on the loan is more than the value of their home, known as “underwater.” The HARP program is set to expire at the end of 2016 unless Congress intervenes, but that still leaves plenty of time for eligible homeowners to refinance their homes.

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