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May 18, 2013 Talk to a Professional to Reduce Your Mortgage Payment Today!
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We match homeowners with professionals that offer mortgage assistance services. If you're behind on your mortgage or in danger of foreclosure, we'll match you with companies that may be able to help you negotiate with your bank to get new loan terms.
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Each situation is different. Banks will take into consideration your hardship (why you fell behind on your loan), your debts, and income. However, the lowest interest rate a homeowner should expect to receive is 2%, based on the guidelines outlined in the government's HAMP program.
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