I can help with financing at 125%. Its a federal program and rates will be slightly higher than market rates.
Let me know if you need my help.
I see you have already received some great answers. Depending on how upside down you are, there is the Home Affordability Refinance Plan that will allow you to refinance a first mortgage up to 105% of the homes current value and if a second mortgage is in place it would have to be subordinated to stay in second position. Otherwise if you first mortgage is over 105% LTV then i'm sorry but there is not much anyone can do at this moment unless your current servicer like John said, accepts a short payoff...which is very unlikely unfortunately.
Joshua Lerette - The Tampa Bay Mortgage Pro
Innovative Mortgage Services, Inc.
There are lenders willing to refinance homes that are currently upside down. However, you must get "permission" from your current mortgage holder. Your current mortgage holder must agree to accept a "short refiance" payoff. Not all lenders and mortgage servicers are willing to accept short refinance payoffs. But it is worth a phone call.
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John Walsh, Sr. Loan Consultant Florida Mortgage Corporation
You can look at doing a loan modification of your current mortgage loan.
Or - Is your loan currently held by Fannie Mae? You may qualify for a Refi Plus refinance with no monthly mortgage insurance and loan to value up to 105%! Call today for details and to see if your mortgage qualifies!
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