Home Affordable Refinance Program

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Home Affordable Refinance Program

A federal program in the United States allowing persons who are underwater on their home mortgages to refinance. Eligibility for HARP includes homeowners whose mortgages are owned by Freddie Mac or Fannie Mae and who are current on their payments. Additionally, the value of the mortgage cannot exceed 125% of the value of the home.
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FHFA said that HARP volume accounted for 5 percent of all refinance volume in the fourth quarter of 2015.
HARP took off, while the private refinancing market remained relatively frozen in the immediate post-crash years.
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But a second version of HARP, introduced in 2011, removed many of those barriers, particularly the 125% LTV cap, and made HARP something credit unions could use to not just help their own members but gain new ones, executives said.