The US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is offering consumers an opportunity to save on their home mortgage interest payments.
Under the program, the government will waive interest on home loans made before January 1, 2019, if a borrower has a valid health insurance plan.
The offer will be available to those making up to $110,000 a year.
The government has not said how much consumers will save under the program.
The HHS website is now asking applicants to verify the information.
The government will also waive mortgage interest if a mortgage is made prior to January 1st and before any modifications are made to a home.
The program is not available to anyone who is on government assistance or on unemployment benefits.
The Housing Department said in a statement that it will waive the interest if the borrower has health insurance and has completed a credit check and verification process.
The government’s loan modification program is known as the Federal Home Loan Bank (FHBL) Program, which was established in December 2018.
The FHBL Program is a way for the government to extend loans to individuals and small businesses to help them pay for homes.
The program helps borrowers refinance their mortgages.
The interest on the loan modification loans is based on a borrower’s income, not the amount of debt the borrower owes.
The federal government launched the program in December 2017.
Under the program borrowers must complete a credit assessment and verify that they are eligible for the loan.
The assessment is done through the FHBl website.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) administers the FHBBL Program.
The FHFA is the Federal Housing Administration, the agency responsible for the program’s implementation.
The FHBbl Program is an insurance program, which means it provides loans to people who are eligible, but who do not have enough income or assets to qualify for the Federal government’s program.