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FHA-HAMP and Other Refinance options

In certain circumstances, you may qualify for a complete refinance of your 1st and 2nd mortgage loans, with the goal of reducing your overall all monthly payment obligations, reducing your overall all mortgage debt, which can result in creating equity in your property.

If you would like to keep your home, have the necessary financial means and credit score required, we may be able to assist in securing a refinance. To do so, however, you may need to reinstate a part of your loan and make payments for at least three consecutive months. We will help initiate the refinance process once we receive the first payment. Please understand that any missed payment during this critical time will seriously jeopardize the possibility of refinancing.

USA Payment Relief  will refer to professional mortgage lenders in your area to see if a new mortgage is right for you, and provide you with a fresh start. We can also work with a professional and reputable credit counselor who can help you improve your credit rating which may provides you with additional  refinance options now and into the future.

  1. To get started with this option, you need to contact us by phone or by filling out the form below.
  2. One of our counselors will discuss with you in more detail, how this program works and if it is a good fit for you.
  3. If this option seems right for you, then we will send you a Refinance Workout Application form.

For more information about Government programs regarding refinancing, visit HomeOwnership.WA.GOV

To get started, complete the form below, or call: (888) 201-7066

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