The Federal Housing Finance Agency has extended the deadline on the Home Affordable Refinance Program. The program, administered by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, was set to expire on June 10 of this year and has now been extended through June 30, 2011. The effort is aimed to help homeowners who owe up to 25 percent more than their home’s value refinance to lower interest rates. About 190,180 mortgages have been refinanced since it was launched, far fewer than the 4 to 5 million originally projected. More here and here.