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KKOB on April 16th

Tuesday Apr 16, 2013
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Market update and mortgage advice.

Well, the mortgage industry seems to be a moving target, so I just want to give a quick overview of some recent changes and enhancements... and then give some tips.
The first being that the HARP2 or Home Affordable Refinance Program was set to expire in December of this year, but has now been extended until the end of 2015. This is due to the fact that there are millions of borrowers who are eligible for the HARP2 but still have not refinanced...


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