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Andrade Menefee... Asked 1 more question
17 days ago
I have a home loan with Bank of America. I have already gone through 3 loan modifications with them within the last couple of years with the "Making Home Affordable" program, as they would raise the mortgage after reducing it for a few months and I would have to go through the program again. I was required to miss payments to show a need each time to to modify the loan. In late November they requested those payments be made up and put them back into the loan amount, indicating I was behind on my payments. I informed them that those payments were supposed to be put at the end of the loan and was told, "This is the end of your loan." Since then I have been paying more than the monthly minimum each time. They told me that Making Home Affordable was a temporary reprieve for home owners and those payments need to be made up now. I am afraid of losing my home. Please contact me!
I have a home loan with Bank of America. I have already gone through 3 loan modifications with them within the last couple of years with the "Making Home Affordable" program, as they would raise the mortgage after reducing it for a few... (more)
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Jackie Sue Dick
9 months ago
I had an FHA 15 year mortgage at 3.25% and currently owe $90,000 on this loan with 11 years left on the mortgage. Due to a job loss, I applied for the HAMP Loan Modification with my lender Chase Bank and was approved. I have just finished with my trial payments and received my permanent loan modification. Throughout the entire process NO one told me my loan would be modified from a 15 year mortgage to a 30 year mortgage. With a 30 year modification I would pay $375,000 for a $90,000 loan.

My monthly mortgage rate went from $1400/month to $1040/month. I feel as though I have to accept the modification because I cannot afford $1400/month. I am now considering selling my home because I do not want to pay $375K for a $90K loan. Chase has told me that there is no pre-payment penalty or balloon payment with the new contract.

I need to know if there are any FHA or HAMP restrictions that state I cannot sell my home with a certain amount of time if I agree to the loan modification. Someone told me I might have to wait 2 to 5 years before I can sell my home.
I had an FHA 15 year mortgage at 3.25% and currently owe $90,000 on this loan with 11 years left on the mortgage. Due to a job loss, I applied for the HAMP Loan Modification with my lender Chase Bank and was approved. I have just finished with my... (more)
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