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Mortgage Relief Program Offers Huge Reduction If You Owe Less Than $431,376. Check In 2 Minutes!
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(Washington, D.C.) — Homeowners are surprised to find out they qualify for a mortgage program that can lower their mortgage rate and can reduce their payment significantly.

Homeowners that owe less than $726,525 could benefit from this brilliant mortgage program that has already saved American homeowner thousands in mortgage costs by reducing their monthly payments significantly.

Many homeowners are eligible for this program. If you want to lower your house payment, shave years off your mortgage or get some extra needed cash out, this program might help you just do that!
This mortgage program reduces your mortgage payment and puts cash back in your pocket. Find Out How Much You Could Save »
Sadly, some people think this program is "too good to be true" or only available to people in need of assistance. This is not true, this program is designed for eligible homeowners and to date has reduced mortgage payments for millions of Americans. Moreover, homeowners with good credit see even greater savings!

If you want to lower your mortgage payments or eliminate years off your mortgage, it’s crucial that you act while this program is still available. You may even take some cash out of your home to help you with paying off debts, bills, home renovations, your child’s education, or that much-needed vacation.
3 ways how This mortgage relief program Could help you:
● Save on your monthly payment

● Eliminate years off your mortgage

● Take cash out for home improvements, paying off debts, or for college tuition
Want To See How Much You Could Save? Here’s How:
It's easy and takes 60 seconds or less:

● Step 1: Select your age below, then answer questions on the next page.

● Step 2: After you complete the questions, you'll learn how much you could save. 
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* Homeowners who refinance with the referenced government mortgage relief program can eliminate up to 20% off their monthly house payment. Based on a maximum refinance amount of $625,000 and a mortgage monthly payment of $1,750 for such a refinance amount we have calculated that the maximum savings are up to $350/Month. These numbers along with more benefits of the program can be found at: https://nationalfairhousing.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/2017-09-26_Fannie_Mae_and_Freddie_Mac_Flex_Modification.pdf

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