tampa-skylineWelcome to the Tampa HARP Program! Are you underwater on your mortgage but have been paying each month?  Looking to take advantage of the Home Affordable Refinance Program in Tampa?  Wait no more!

We are experts in the Tampa HARP Loan program. Our Tampa HARP Refinance lenders will offer you the best rates possible!

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 4 Easy Steps to Getting a Harp Loan in Tampa

Close your new loan in 3 days!

Step 1.  Check Eligibility:(1-2 min)  Check to see if you are eligible to receive assistance through HARP 2 program by either calling a mortgage broker or simply filling out the “check eligibility” form. Either way there is absolutely no cost to you and you do not have to provide your social security number

Step 2. Submit a Loan Application:(10-15 min) The loan application takes about 10 minutes to fill out and can be downloaded to your computer filled out then either scanned or faxed back to the loan officer assigned to you. Unlike checking eligibility you will need to provide more detailed information about yourself including your SS#, banking, employment and any assets and liabilities.

Step 3. Underwriting:(1-2 hours) Once the loan application has been completed it will be submitted to the bank that will be underwriting (providing the funds) for your loan. The underwriter verifies all of the information within the application and decides whether or not to approve the loan.

Step 4. Closing: (30-60 min) Once underwriting has approved your application the final step is to close the loan. At the closing you will simply sign the several required documents

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Dustin Meshberger
Production Team Manager
Mortgage Division NMLS#412459
(o)888.709.4555

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