Welcome Montana Homeowners! Underwater homeowners of Montana – mortgage relief is here!  The Home Affordable Refinance Program officially arrived in March 2012 and will be here until 2014! Eligible underwater homeowners can now refinance their loan!  The great part is, is that there is no LTV cap with HARP 2!  For example, you can be 200% underwater and still refinance!

Click here to see Montana HARP Loan Eligibility

The Home Affordable Refinance Program is a government program that is helping millions of underwater homeowners nationwide.  This is the second version of the HARP program which is sometimes referred to as “HARP 2.0″.  The HARP program only applies to homeowners who have a loan that is owned by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac and your HARP loan must have been purchased by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac on or before May 31, 2009.  To see if you qualify, click below!

We have a FAQ page should you want to inquire more about this program.

We service all areas of Montana including the areas below:

Billings | Missoula | Great Falls | Bozeman | Butte | Helena | Kalispell | Havre | Anaconda | Miles City | Belgrade | Livingston | Laurel | Whitefish | Lewistown | Sidney | Glendive | Columbia Falls | Polson | Hamilton | Dillon | Hardin | Shelby | Glasgow | Deer Lodge | Cut Bank | Libby | Wolf Point | Conrad | Colstrip | Red Lodge | Malta | East Helena | Columbus | Townsend | Ronan | Three Forks | Stevensville | Roundup | Forsyth | Baker | Big Timber | Choteau | Manhattan | Plentywood | Fort Benton | Thompson Falls | West Yellowstone | Chinook | Boulder | Plains | Whitehall | Eureka | Scobey | Browning | Harlowton | White Sulphur Springs | Troy | Pinesdale | Chester | St. Ignatius | Fairview | Ennis | Philipsburg | Superior | Poplar | Harlem | Darby | Culbertson | Bridger | Fairfield | Cascade | Walkerville | Sheridan | Circle | Terry | Big Sandy | Belt | Joliet | Wibaux | Hot Springs | Valier | Broadus | Fromberg | Lodge Grass | Alberton | Stanford | Sunburst | Twin Bridges | Jordan | Ekalaka | Dutton | Hysham | Drummond | Nashua | Clyde Park | Geraldine | Brockton | Denton | Ryegate

Here is a little information about one of Montana’s state parks: The most visited place in Montana is Glacier National Park, known as the crown jewel of the continent. It lies along Montana’s northern border and adjoins Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada, forming the world’s first International Peace Park.