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Are You Facing a Home Foreclosure?

If you have a subprime adjustable rate mortgage (ARM) getting ready to adjust to a higher rate or one of the exotic negative amortization or interest-only loans that's getting ready to reset into a fully-amortizing loan, you are eligible to refinance your loan with FHA.

Two foreclosure rescue bills were signed into law this year to address the foreclosure crisis and subprime meltdown: FHASecure and HOPE for Homeowners. The Secure program expired in 2008, so you need to take action now to get a FHA refinance. HOPE for Homeowners went into effect on October 1, 2008, but that has been discontinued as well. Many distressed homeowners are utilizing FHA for underwater refinancing under the streamline program, because there is no appraisal is required.