Mortgage Help: Talk is Cheap

With foreclosures and bankruptcies soaring nationwide, both government and private industry have been promising help to homeowners. But is that help materializing?

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  • steve bushke

    I need help to reduce our mortgage rate from 7.85%, on an amount of $737,000.00,.
    Please contact me

  • steve bushke

    I need help to reduce our mortgage rate from 7.85%, on an amount of $737,000.00,.
    Please contact me

    • http://www.moneytalksnews.com Dan Schointuch, Producer

      Steve,

      We just did a story that should definitely point you in the right direction… check it out here: Mortgage Help: To Pay or Not to Pay?

  • http://www.moneytalksnews.com/ Dan Schointuch, Producer

    Steve,

    We just did a story that should definitely point you in the right direction… check it out here: Mortgage Help: To Pay or Not to Pay?