New "Homeowner America" Program Pays $3,200 To Homeowners This January...

Millions of homeowners still haven't signed up and are missing out on claiming thousands of dollars. These programs may be canceled in the future...

In order to stimulate the economy further, Congress has agreed on a new mortgage relief program, which gives homeowners up to $3,252 every year. The one caveat? Homeowners have to apply for it. Once they have applied, homeowners are free to spend their benefit package on anything they please.

Click Here To See If You Qualify

Banks across the nation are not advising their clients of this new program, as they stand to lose thousands from lower mortgage payments. Luckily, these programs are still valid through January 2020, so homeowners are urged to check their eligibility before a deadline is announced.

CLICK HERE TO CHECK ELIGIBILITY

How To Check If You Qualify

It's completely free to check eligibility and only takes about 60 seconds. Simply complete this official survey to see how much you could claim.

Tip: Those who input a "Good" or better credit score and a mortgage balance over $100,000 are more likely to qualify.

CLICK HERE TO CHECK ELIGIBILITYRemember: You do not need to pay anything to use this program. It's completely free and only takes a few minutes. Any other source that tells you otherwise should be avoided!
 

1 - http://www.fanniemae.com/resources/file/aboutus/media/HARP-Research-Report-030613.pdf

* - Based on Median Home Equity of Americans aged 45 to 54 of $70,000 (U.S. Census Bureau)

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