I have a 30-year HARP loan from 2012. I want to get a better rate and a 15-year loan. Is this possible?

I prefer to pay property taxes on my own and not in my monthly payment.

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Answered by James Barath, CMPS, Certified Mortgage Planner in Crown Point, IN
Hi Rob. The fact that you have possibly paid four years on your previous HARP loan means you should be eligible to refinance.  If you're ready to see what you could qualify for in terms of a refinance, you can schedule a 30-minute phone consultation to discuss your specific situation and home loan options. Contact me through my profile. As one of the Top 50 Mortgage Originators in the country according to MoneyTips.com my team looks forward to helping you through the home loan process. | 07.27.16 @ 20:35
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