President Trump Has Homeowners Scrambling to Refinance


This Could be the Last Chance for Homeowners to Save Using a Little Known Government Program

(New York, NY) — On January 20, Donald J. Trump turned the political establishment on its head to become the 45th President of United States of America, and his election has homeowners scrambling to take advantage of a little known government program now he’s taken office.

Throughout his 2016 campaign, the outspoken billionaire had hash words for the Federal Reserve, specifically calling out Fed chair Janet Yellen for keeping interest rates artificially low. But, behind The Donald’s rant is a hidden tip for homeowners who are looking to save on their loan.

In an interview on Bloomberg TV, Trump said that as a property developer he has “always loved” low interest rates because they allow his businesses to borrow money cheaply and bring down the interest payments on mortgages on his properties leaving more cash in his pockets.

But now, as President, Trump knows these low rates can’t last. “I’m just saying at some point, you have to raise interest rates,” claims Trump.

For homeowners, the secret is to lock in your low rate now, before rates go up under President Trump.

Think Like Trump

So how can you “Think like Trump” and take advantage of these low rates? One of the best ways to check if you can refinance your loan with the HARP refinance program. Visitors that check can often be shocked at how much they can save on their mortgage

What is HARP?

HARP is a special government program designed to help homeowners like you take advantage of today’s rock-bottom rates, even if you are underwater on your loan. If your mortgage balance is less than $625,000 and you’ve continued to make your payments, you have a good chance of being eligible to reduce your monthly payment from this government program.

How Do I Qualify?

Step 1: Click your state on the map to instantly check your eligibility. (Takes 2 minutes)

Step 2: View your new lower rate and save money!

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