The home loan modification program is still offering mortgage assistance plans to help homeowners that may be having difficulty paying their mortgage. Many homeowners have not been able to meet their financial needs due to variety of factors ranging from unemployment to a loss in their home’s value.
In the Obama Administration’s HAMP assistance plan there have been increasing numbers each month in the amount of homeowners that are getting a permanent mortgage modification on their home loan, according to reports.
The Making Home Affordable Program has helped many people by offering them a home loan modification, which makes their home loan payment more affordable through a variety of means. There are also programs like principal reductions, unemployment forbearance programs, and refinancing options that have benefited many who are struggling in their mortgage as well.
While the plans from the Obama Administration have been widely used by many lenders, some mortgage lenders have chosen to use in-house programs that are better suited to help homeowners in specific situations. There are, however, programs like principal reductions that some lenders feel should not be used in wide range of homes.
However, any homeowner that is struggling with some form of mortgage trouble should be able to find the assistance they need in order to keep their home. While there have not been any lenders without criticism, homeowners are still being advised to contact their mortgage lender and talk over assistance options if they are in trouble or if they foresee a mortgage problem on the horizon.