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There are some stipulations for using this government aid; homeowners must be at least 3 months past due on their mortgage payments and not have a mortgage above the amount of 729,750 and you must be able to show that you are in a financial hardship. You must also be able to show that you have reasonable likelihood that you will be able to start making your payments again within two years time. You may not own a second home and must be the primary resident of the property in question; lastly your payment records will be brought into question. You will need to be able to show that your payments were being met before your financial hardship began. If you would like to know how to apply for mortgage aid contact your mortgage lender as well as your local HUD (housing and urban development) office. These two agencies will be able to assist you in filing the proper paperwork and being helping you get your mortgage back in good standing. Another useful source is www.financialstability.gov which can answer a lot of questions you may have. Look out for our next article on Ohio Mortgage Help.
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