Bel Air mortgage lender can help get your upside down mortgage back on its feet


    If declining home values have left you owing more on your home than its worth, Demetiry Johnson of can help you figure out whether the Obama Administration’s Making Home Affordable program can help you. If your home loan is owned by Fannie Mae, you might qualify for either the Home Affordable Refinance or the Home Affordable Modification program. Mortgage Specialist Demetiry Johnson can tell you which one might be right for you. Your home loan must be owned by Fannie Mae to qualify for either program. In order to qualify for the refinance program, you must have a solid payment history on your existing mortgage. To take advantage of the modification program, you must owe $729,750 or less on your mortgage for your primary residence and your home loan must have originated prior to Jan. 1 of this year. If you think you might be facing foreclosure on your home, Fannie Mae servicers have been directed not to proceed with a foreclosure until a borrower has been evaluated for the program.

    Demetiry Johnson can help you figure out whether you qualify.

    You can contact him:

    Direct: 443-250-6951 


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