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Original Balance: $556,456.85
Original Payments: $3,495.28
Loan Type: Adjustable Rate
Original Rate: 4.0%
Months Past Due: 47
Foreclosure Sale Date: 8/27/2012
Program: DOJ Program
New Balance: $170,585.71
New Rate: 3.38%
New Payments: $2,074.21
Home Loan Modification Programs & Options
Going through the process to qualify and get approved for a home loan modification is very different from refinancing. There are many variables that factor into qualifying for a loan modification that makes it more difficult than refinancing. Unlike refinancing, credit score is not a factor, high income and high reserves may not work in your favor, and qualifying terms are a case by case basis. Even if your scenario is the same as your neighbors’, the terms of your loan modification could be very different.
Nonetheless, when your loan modification package is prepared properly, you can obtain very desirable loan modification terms. Here are some of the loan modifications you can expect.
Type 1 – Capitalization Loan Modification
A capitalization modification is when all the delinquent interest and principal along with any associated fees are added back into the loan and amortized over the existing loan terms. This option is designed for homeowners who show they can afford their current or increased payments. Homeowners who are seriously delinquent, unable to catch up but more than able to afford their current payments may qualify for a capitalization loan modification. Unfortunately, most people don’t fall into this category. Many are struggling to make ends meet.
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Type 2 – Term Extension
Mortgages amortized over 30 years are probably the most common loans. Some of you may have a 15, 20 or even a 40 year loan. The term of the loans can be extended even further regardless of what you have now. Lenders have the option to extend the term of the loan in order to lower the payments. Normally, they will extend the term of the loan by 1 year increments until the payments are deemed affordable. Extending the payment terms can significantly reduce the monthly mortgage payments. There have been cases where lenders have approved a term extension for as long as 40 years from the date the modification was approved. So, if your loan was modified in 2012, the new maturity date with the maximum term extension will be 2052. You could potentially save hundreds or even thousands of dollars each month in mortgage payments.
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Type 3 – Interest Rate Reduction
The interest rate is normally the first thing lenders will adjust to make the payments more affordable. It is a very effective way to influence the payment to better suit your current financial situation. A rate reduction will be based on your ability to pay and the floor rate for most loan modification programs bottom out at 2%. However, there have been cases where lenders have approved interest rates as low as 1% or even 0% for a short period of time. If you still cannot afford the payments at the lender’s floor rate, then a term extension may be considered.
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Type 4 – Principal Reduction
A principal reduction is where a portion of the principal balance is forgiven and extinguished permanently. This is arguably the most desirable type of modification among homeowners, but not so popular among investors. When a portion of the principal is forgiven, the investors are agreeing to take a loss for the amount forgiven while homeowners benefit with lower payments and a chance to establish equity. Up until recently, principal reductions were extremely rare and nearly impossible to get the banks to agree to. Today, not only are there many investors approving principal reductions but some of the largest national banks are required to reduce the principal balance on a large portion of their portfolio as ordered by the federal court in a landmark settlement between the Department of Justice and the 5 largest U.S. Banks.
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