The FHFA reports a slight uptick in refinanced mortgages as a result of lower interest rates.
FHFA says more than 2.5 million housing finance loans have now been done through HAP since 2009.
Refinancing program had been scheduled to end at the end of 2013. Now gets two more years.
California credit union books 135 loans worth $33 million through HARP 2.0, saving members $600,000 a year.
Two-thirds of Nevada refis, more than half of Florida's attributable to HARP underwater mortgage help.
The American dream of home ownership may have taken a hit over the past few years, but GTE Financial in Tampa, Fla., still wants to build mortgage lending into its plans.
Lenders in streamlined refinance programs, including HARP, will be eligible for relief after an acceptable payment history of only 12 months.
The continued high volume of HARP loans is attributed to record-low mortgage rates and program enhancements.
Tower Federal Credit Union in Laurel, Md., handles $70 million in HARP loan applications since March, 70% of from members with loans with other lenders.
Maryland credit union says more than a quarter of its refinances since March have been through federal mortgage payment reduction program.