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by sitecore\kmcgrigg on May 26, 2009

For many, unraveling the maze of eligibility requirements to qualify for mortgage assistance can be difficult.  Thankfully, there is a new free service called Mortgage Relief Online that helps U.S. homeowners to determine if they may be eligible for mortgage relief under the government’s new Making Home Affordable plan.

Mortgage Relief Online is sponsored by MyFico (the company that offers the FICO credit score to millions of individuals each year), the Homeownership Preservation Foundation (nonprofit dedicated to reducing foreclosures and preserving homeownership), and Money Management International (us). The program is designed to help reach the approximately 7 to 9 million U.S. homeowners that qualify for a loan modification or refinancing under the Making Home Affordable plan.

If you are interested in Mortgage Relief Online, please rest assured that the service is completely free and confidential.  No one is obligated to purchase any product or enroll in a subscription to use the service.

Posted in:  Economy, Mortgages

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Pam Nash says:
May 31, 2010

My husband has been out of work for 1 year and we have depleted all of our savings, emergency funds, and recently went to 401(k) money to stay on top of our mortgage and bills. We have been trying to get a modification loan with another company but it has been 7 months. We didn't even get a temporary payment plan to help. I would like to get a second opinion and I hope to receive some type of relieft during this time of hardship.



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