Welcome Iowa Homeowners! Underwater homeowners of Iowa can now refinance their home! The Home Affordable Refinance Program part 2 or (HARP 2) officially arrived in March 2012 and is here through through 12/31/13.  Our Iowa HARP 2 Lenders are busier than ever helping Iowa residents lower their payments and interest rates.

Click here to see Iowa HARP Loan Eligibility

The Home Affordable Refinance Program is a government program that is helping thousands of homeowners in the great state of Iowa as well as millions of underwater homeowners nationwide. Other government programs such as the FHA streamline and VA Streamline programs are helping underwater homeowners refinance their homes are well to take advantage of the now historic low rates.

Here are the main guidelines for HARP 2:

  • Your mortgage must be backed by either Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac
  • Your home must have been purchased by June 1, 2009
  • You must be current on your last 6 mortgage payments
To see more HARP Loan guidelines, click on the link.

To see if you qualify, click below!

We service all areas of Iowa including the areas below:

Algona | Altoona | Ames | Anamosa | Ankeny | Atlantic | Bettendorf | Boone | Burlington | Carroll Cedar Falls | Cedar Rapids | Centerville | Charles City | Cherokee | Clarinda | Clear Lake | Clinton | Clive | Coralville | Council Bluffs | Creston | Davenport | De Witt | Decorah | Denison | Des Moines | Dubuque | Estherville | Fairfield | Fort Dodge | Fort Madison | Glenwood | Grimes | Grinnell | Harlan | Hiawatha | Independence | Indianola | Iowa City | Iowa Falls | Johnston | Keokuk | Knoxville | Le Mars | Manchester | Maquoketa | Marion | Marshalltown | Mason City | Mount Pleasant | Muscatine | Nevada | Newton | North Liberty | Norwalk | Oelwein | Orange City | Oskaloosa | Ottumwa | Pella | Perry | Pleasant Hill | Red Oak | Shenandoah | Sioux Center | Sioux City | Spencer | Storm Lake | Urbandale | Vinton | Washington | Waterloo | Waukee | Waverly | Webster City | West Des Moines

If you’re facing foreclosure in Iowa check out the Iowa office of the Attorney General to view new updates to the entire process.  This site is here to help you and answer any questions/concerns you may have.