The Obama administration may be looking to expand the number of borrowers who can refinance their mortgages. The White House is considering a proposal that would authorize Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to guarantee repayment by borrowers whose homes are underwater and whose mortgages aren’t backed by the government, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs. We believe that a broader refinancing plan which allows the transfer of risk on higher loan-to-value ratio (i.e. underwater) mortgages owned by bank portfolios or investors in. there are another 4.8 million borrowers who have.
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A separate plan, the Home Affordable Refinance Program, which allows borrowers with loans backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to refinance at lower rates, has helped about 1 million homeowners, well short of the 4 million to 5 million the administration had expected.
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The expanded Home Affordable Refinance Program will likely reach more underwater borrowers than its architects originally thought. "We said we would double the number from what we’ve already done.
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Prompting a sudden 46.5% surge in refinancing activity (which we saw also saw in early March) and purchases rose 10.0% (after falling the prior week).Senator unveils plan to refi 8 million underwater borrowers Senator Jef Merkley just submitted a plan to help underwater homeowners by having the government buy up to 8 million underwater.
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Senator unveils plan to refi 8 million underwater borrowers As a refresher The Rebuilding American Homeownership Pilot Program (RAHPP) is a plan proposed by oregon senator jeff merkley that would allow underwater homeowners additional refinance opportunities even if their mortgage is not owned by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac.
Refi plan would target 8 million underwater borrowers.. Refi plan would target 8 million underwater borrowers. Treasury secretary likes design of Oregon senator’s proposal. by Inman Staff Writer.
Freddie Mac plans to allow borrowers with loan-to-value ratios under the 80% mark the same entry requirements for the government-sponsored enterprise’s Relief Refinance Mortgage and Home.