Bank of America mortgage refinancing options now exist for nearly any homeowner thanks to President Obamas housing stimulus plan. The “Making Home Affordable” stimulus plan is using only a few select mortgage lenders or banks to offer homeowners new, easy to get approved for, mortgage refinancing options, and Bank of America is one of them. Here are some things homeowners should know about refinancing a home loan with Bank of America and Obamas housing stimulus plan.

Bank of America is one of the largest mortgage lenders in the country. They have always been able and willing to help nearly any homeowner get a mortgage refinancing that will save them money, their home, or both. Now though, Bank of America can offer more homeowners a mortgage refinancing approval than ever before. Bank of America is one of only a few selected mortgage lenders or banks who gets cash incentives from Obamas stimulus plan for every struggling homeowner they help.

Now, homeowners with bad credit, no equity in their home, bad debts, no job, or almost any financial problem can get approved for a no cost, low interest rate mortgage refinancing. Bank of America is actually happy to help struggling homeowners due to the cash incentives they get. The incentives allow Bank of America to take on riskier homeowners and approved them for a money saving, foreclosure preventing, mortgage refinance.

Homeowners are actually being encouraged to take action and take advantage of this housing stimulus plan. There has never been so much help available for nearly any homeowner. People should contact Bank of America to see what new home loan refinancing options exist for them thanks to this $75 billion stimulus plan from President Obama. Help is available and millions of struggling homeowners are eligible to get it.

-M Petrone

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