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4 steps to refinancing with bad credit

While few bad credit mortgage lenders stayed in business after the housing crisis, homeowners with credit problems still have a variety of options for home refinancing depending on their individual circumstances. To find out if a home refinance is possible for you, enter your information on this page and…

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Factors that influence your credit-repair loan

While credit-repair scams can be found in abundance, the best way to improve your credit is to take steps to reduce your debt and to pay your bills on time. A bad-credit home loan, whether it's a home refinance or a home-equity loan, can help your cash flow, solve your debt problems and reduce your credit problems.

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5 options for refinancing with bad credit

Mortgage lenders, whether or not they offer bad-credit mortgage refinancing, review your credit, your home equity, and your debt-to-income ratio to determine whether they can approve a new home loan. While you likely know if you have credit problems or debt problems, you need to start the home refinance process by checking with a lender to find out your credit score. Enter your information on the form on this page to see if you qualify to refinance your mortgage.

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New year, new mortgage: Refinancing when underwater

The Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) is a U.S. government program that helps homeowners refinance, even if they are underwater. The first version of HARP had problems, and relatively few homeowners were helped.

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Refinancing with HARP 2.0

The Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) is a program of the federal government aimed at helping mortgage borrowers, particularly those with little or negative equity for a traditional refinance. When it first debuted, it didn't impress. A big reason for HARP's failure was that it depended on lenders voluntarily reducing the interest rates of captive borrowers who were repaying their loans.

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Refinancing in a declining market

Talk about kicking you when you're down! Many lenders impose stricter credit and property requirements on unlucky folks whose only sin is to have purchased a home in a neighborhood with declining home prices. Here's what you need to know about refinancing in distressed markets.

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Have a bad credit mortgage? Consider refinancing to a VA home loan

Did you know that only 25% of veterans and their eligible spouses use their VA mortgage eligibility? Not everyone eligible for VA financing has credit good enough to be approved for a VA loan. If you bought your home with a loan from a bad credit mortgage lender, you might be able to refinance it today with a VA home loan.

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