US Homeowners Are Eligible To Receive Generous Mortgage Stimulus Relief Benefit.

New GSE Mortgage Program Is Giving Homeowners Up To $3,708 Every Year. You Can Check In 60 Seconds If You Qualify.

If you were born before 1991 and have a mortgage, a new GSE program could put thousands of dollars in your pocket every year.

Any homeowner with a mortgage can apply to check eligibility and get up to $3,708 each year ($309 every month) in mortgage savings.

Homeowners can start using this $3,708 however they want, thanks to a new relief package brought to us by the current Administration. You can substantially reduce your home mortgage payments, improve your home, or use it for any other expenses.

Homeowners who have good/fair credit and owe $100,000 or more on their mortgage will qualify for even larger amount!


Every homeowner in United States should complete the mortgage relief survey below to check if they're owed the $3,708 mortgage package. It costs nothing and takes just 60 seconds.

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1. "GSE" Definition - Government Sponsored Enterprises or Entities that include The Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA or Fannie Mae), The Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FHLMC or Freddie Mac) and The Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation (Farmer Mac)


2. "New GSE Assistance" - References the four new refinance programs offered by the Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSE): "High LTV Refinance Option" (Fannie Mae), the "Freddie Mac Enhanced Relief Refinance" or "FMERR", "Refi Possible" (Freddie Mac) and "RefiNow" (Fannie Mae). AND


3. "Qualified" OR "Eligible" - (in context of homeowners) assume qualified refi candidates, based on the following criteria: 30-year mortgage holders with a maximum 80% loan-to-value (LTV) ratio and credit scores of 720 or higher, who could shave at least 0.75% off their current first lien rate by refinancing according to the Black Knight article.


4. "$X,XXX Back In Savings Every Year" - assume potential approximate annual savings on mortgage payments for homeowners who refinance refinance their property.

See references for given approximate amounts below:

4a. "$3,660 Back In Avg Savings Every Year" - Average yearly mortgage payment savings, based on the following citations of the monthly amount: "In total, the 16.7 million refinance candidates could save an aggregate of $5.1 billion per month if everyone took advantage of today’s rates. That works out to an average of $305/month per homeowner. Some 3.8 million are in the position to save $400 or more per month."

4b. "Up To $4,980 In Savings Every Year" - Average yearly mortgage payment savings in CA and NY, based on the following citations of highest average monthly amounts in the following chart in the bottom of the Black Knight article:


5. "Government" , "Biden" , "New Administration" , "Relief" - assume multiple citations below from the following article:

"Biden's $10 billion in financial assistance is expected to be available in 2022."

5a. “It’s the first time Congress has included mortgage assistance in pandemic relief,"

- Bob Broeksmit, president and CEO of the Mortgage Bankers Association

5b. "You’re eligible for relief if you own your home and have a loan with a principal balance at or below the conforming loan limits set by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the government-sponsored mortgage giants that buy or guarantee most U.S. home loans. The 2021 loan limit in most parts of the U.S. is $548,250."

- Bob Broeksmit, president and CEO of the Mortgage Bankers Association


Refinancing is available in all USA states & cities.


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