Obama administration extends Making Home Affordable Program until 2015

Obama administration extends making home affordable program until 2015. The Making Home Affordable Program is a critical part of the Obama administration’s efforts to provide relief to families at risk of foreclosure and help the housing market recover from the housing crisis, HUD explained.

The Making Home Affordable Programs have been a critical part of the Obama Administration’s effort to prevent struggling homeowners from falling into foreclosure and stabilize the housing market from the historic housing crisis.

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Struggling homeowners will be able to receive mortgage assistance for two more years under the Obama Administration’s Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP). The decision was met by some opposition from house Republicans this week. During a hearing wednesday held by the House Committee on Financial Services, Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-TX) expressed his strong opposition to [.]

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The Obama administration is extending the cut-off date for the Home Affordable Modification Program from Dec. 31, 2015, to Dec. 31, 2016, and has directed the Treasury Department’s Federal Financing Bank to allocate more funding for the construction of affordable rental housing. In remarks made during the making home affordable (mha) Fifth Anniversary Summit, U.S. [.]

It is one of the two main programs that make up the Obama Administration’s "Making Home Affordable" program (HAMP is the other one). Through this program, homeowners who might not otherwise qualify for a mortgage refinance due to equity losses or other factors can refinance their homes and secure a lower interest rate.

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Obama Administration Extends MHA, HAMP Modification Programs Through 2015 May 30 2013, 11:03AM The Obama Administration has extended its Making Home Affordable (MHA) program through December 2015.

Matches HAMP deadline. The Federal housing finance agency officially announced that the deadline for the Home Affordable Refinance Program has been extended to the end of 2016, matching the deadline of the Home Affordable Modification Program. "Although the number of new borrowers entering these two programs continues to decline,

In the Obama administration’s overall assessment on housing, the market was described as showing ""important progress across many key indicators"" but the millions of underwater homeowners still.