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Loan Number: Uniform Borrower Assistance Form If you are experiencing a temporary or long?term hardship and need help, you must complete and submit this form along with other required documentation
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Almost all programs offered through Making Home Affordable require the completion of the Request For Mortgage Assistance Form. Together with the 4506-T or 4506T-EZ and proof of income, they are the starting point for the application process. This step-by-step tutorial will make the process of completing the Request For Mortgage Assistance Form (or RMA Form) clearer. However, if you still have questions about the form or need further assistance completing the form, you can contact a HUD-approved housing counselor at 888-995-HOPE. Before beginning the RMA form, make sure that you have the following information readily available for both you and, if applicable, the co-borrower: Personal identification and contact information Primary residence information Financial records, including paystubs and other income records, and savings and investment account balances Mortgage payment information including taxes, insurance, and HOA fees Most recent federal tax return And, information about other properties you may own For your convenience, the RMA Form is divided into nine sections. Let’s take a closer look at each section. Section 1: Borrower Information The first section deals with your personal information, such as name, social security number, date of birth, phone numbers, and mailing and email addresses. There is an option to include the information of a co-borrower as well, should this be applicable. Next, you are asked to answer questions regarding previous bankruptcy claims, military service information, and the status of any past or current HAMP trials or permanent modifications on the principal residence. Section 2: Hardship Affidavit In Section 2 you are asked to communicate any existing hardships or financial difficulties that are hindering your ability to make your monthly mortgage payments. Use the reasons provided or indicate unlisted conditions with the “Other” option. Check all that apply, and provide an explanation in the space provided. Common hardships might include loss of income, death, divorce, or disability of one or more borrowers on the mortgage. Be as thorough as possible in your explanations. Section 3: Principal Residence Information It is important to note that Section 3 is required even if you are not seeking mortgage assistance on your principal residence. If you are requesting assistance for your principal residence, check “Yes” and complete the detailed form with the property’s information. You do not need to complete the bottom portion of the section. If you are requesting assistance for a property that is not your principal residence, check “No” and complete the entire section. Section 4: Combined Income and Expense of Borrower and Co-Borrower The purpose of Section 4 is to collect financial information on your monthly household income, monthly household expenses and debt, and your household assets. Let’s take a closer look at the first column: Monthly Household Income. Using your documented records, provide the most...