If you meet the requirements and are eligible for a HARP loan, find out what rate you can get now. Click here to find out.
Contact a HARP Lender
Click on the below links to find HARP-approved lenders in your state.
Scam or Real Deal?
Protect yourself with these facts and tips
Scams are a growing problem that could cost you thousands of dollars — or even your home.
Scammers make promises that they can’t keep, such as guaranteeing to “save” your home or lower your mortgage, usually for a fee, often pretending that they have direct contact with your mortgage servicer — which they do not.
Tips to Avoid Scams:
- Beware of anyone who asks you to pay a fee in exchange for counseling services. Real help is free.
- Beware of people who pressure you to sign papers immediately or who try to convince you that they can “save” your home if you sign or transfer over the deed to your house.
- Do not sign over the deed to your property to any organization or individual unless you are working directly with your mortgage company to forgive your debt.
- Never make a mortgage payment to anyone other than your mortgage company without their approval.
If you think you’ve been scammed, file a complaint today.
HARP Electronic Toolkit
HARP Fact Sheet
HARP Infographic - Checklist
HARP Infographic - Roadmap to Savings
HARP Electronic Toolkit (all documents above in one zip file)
Other Government Resources:
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
The mission of the Consumer Financial Protections Bureau (CFPB) is to make markets for consumer financial products and services work for Americans — whether applying for a mortgage, choosing among credit cards, or using any number of other consumer financial products.
Federal Trade Commission
The mission of the Federal Trade Commission is to prevent business practices that are anticompetitive or deceptive or unfair to consumers.
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