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Modifying Your Mortgage Loan
Loan modification programs are designed to reset the terms of an existing home mortgage loan rather than negotiate a new one or reduce the amount owed. In other words it’s primarily a program to reduce an interest rate or reschedule a payment plant to allow the homeowner to discharge their existing home loan obligation. Homeowners or a representative for them can negotiate with the mortgage lender for a decreased interest rate or a modified payment schedule to get the homeowner back on track or to affect a reduction in payment that the homeowner may find easier to handle on a monthly basis.
Evaluating Your Situation
Not sure whether you qualify for a loan modification? The experts assembled at Loanex Fast Cash can help you evaluate your personal situation to determine if you qualify for a loan modification program. There are many plans out there, some through government programs, some offered through FHA and VA and some that are offered by certain lending institutions. Our experts can help you to determine if you may qualify for some of the other programs included in MHA (Making Home Affordable program) initiated by the Federal Government. For more information about MHA you may wish to look at the following website;
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Loan Modification: The Process
- The borrower or representative contacts the lender to determine eligibility.
- If eligible, the borrower seeks a reduction in the interest rate on the existing mortgage loan.
- If the reduction in interest rate is not sufficient to avoid possible foreclosure or financial hardship, the homeowner may request a reduced payment amount as well. This does not mean a reduction in the amount owed, simply a longer repayment time.
Note: The lender is not compelled or required to make any modifications, but does so at their own discretion.
What Benefits Can I Get By Modifying My Mortgage?
By reducing interest rates, homeowners have achieved savings of as much as 38% in their monthly mortgage payments. Further reductions can be achieved by reducing monthly payment amounts though a longer repayment time may result in increased interest expense. Some incentives have been built in to the various programs to make a loan modification attractive to both the borrower and lender.