Government Rehabilitation HARP Loan

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HARP 2.0 Refinance Loan

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Here are some key points for the Government Rehabilitation Loan Program, A.K.A. Home Affordable Refinance Program, Obama Government Refinance Assistance, or Underwater Government Loan Assistance.

  • Must have refinanced or purchased prior to May 31st, 2009
  • Little to no upfront costs, no appraisal needed
  • Unlimited Loan to Value
  • Limited documentation needed (as little as 30 days of paystubs)
  • Refinance to rates as low as 3.99%
  • No mortgage insurance unless already have
  • Ability to skip next 2 mortgage payments.
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Hello, my name is Brian Quigley and I have been in the Denver mortgage industry since 2003. I have been fortunate enough to choose this very rewarding mortgage broker career and help thousands of borrowers over the years. Customer satisfaction is important to me most, and getting my clients to the closing table smoothly. Read More…

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Brian was absolutely great to work with. He was great to get back to us with anything or questions. Brian had the options to solve our refinancing issues. We highly recommend Brian and his team. Brian will be our first contact person for our real estate financing options.

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I worked with Brian on some real estate transactions to help my buyers/ clients. Brian is very professional and helpful. Brian can solve problems and get thru difficult situations. Brian can guide you thru the process. I highly recommend Brian to provide mortgage services.

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I am an attorney. I got caught in a problem with a Chapter 13 that only a professional, experienced mortgage broker could figure out. The man is just smart. (Not the"salesman" type I normally see with brokers). I watched, in solemn amazement, how Brian and his team got a loan for my clients, by figuring out a vary complex problem. Brian made it happen. He is my "go to" mortgage broker.
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