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sources have nowthat the Obama Making Home Affordable Program is . This is really no surprise since so many people are unemployed and many others simply do not want to continue payments on a debt that is much larger than the underlying asset.   The actual amount of people that could stick with a modification is quite small.   In response to the poor conversion rate of HAMP, the clownshow is continuing in congress and it is highly likely that unemployed folks will soon get taxpayer’s money to directly pay for their mortgages.  Is this really the best idea?

The provision I am talking about is embedded in the ginormous that recently was passed by the House.  The plan is a authored by Congressman Chaka Fattah.  It is based on a Pennsylvania program Fattah created a couple decades ago called .   The way it works in Pennsylvania is that before a homeowner is foreclosed on, they get a notice from the lender that tells them they can apply for the HEMAP program.  Then if they qualify for the program they are given another loan that is worth up to 24 months of mortgage payments or $60,000, whichever is smaller.  The HEMAP program determines whether or not the borrower can repay the loan in 24 months, and they consider many things including job skills and medical situation.  Once the loan is secured from HEMAP, the borrower starts paying HEMAP at least $25 a month and at most 40% of the borrower’s net income, and HEMAP pays the entire mortgage amount to the lender.  The HEMAP agency establishes a repayment schedule for the assistance loan, but if the borrower has enough equity and credit to the entire mortgage then the loan must be repaid in part or in full.

It is unclear what the final bill will look like in Congress, but if it is exactly like the Pennsylvania program it still might not do much good.  The main reason is that most people have no equity in their homes, so why would they get another loan to put themselves in further debt?  This is basically a shell game that uses debt to pay debt, and I don’t see how homeowners will benefit unless they have significant equity in their homes and just need a little help to tide themselves through a period of unemployment.    There are definitely people in this category, but they might do better to just get the money from friends and family, and the truly responsible folks would have an emergency fund that they could use.  I also could not find much information on the default rate of the HEMAP loans in Pennsylvania, so it is unclear just how “successful” it is for the taxpayer, but I guess the government is just planning to spend TARP money, and that is not real money to the congress people anyway.  What do you think?  Does it make sense to directly pay for the mortgages of those facing foreclosure?

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