HOPE NOW Free Mortgage Help – One Day Only

Meet with your mortgage servicer face to face & learn about: Loan modifications, Forbearance, Short sales, Deeds in lieu, Other mortgage solutions Plus, comprehensive counseling from local, HUD-approved non-profits

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Critical New Funding Will Help Finance Home Repairs in NYC

The housing stock in East New York is old, with nearly half of the buildings in the neighborhood constructed before 1947. For homeowners, the aging structures mean more repairs, and often more costly repairs. For senior homeowners living on fixed incomes or owners whose modest take-home pay is swallowed by their monthly expenses, these repair […]

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[NCLC] Mortgage Training Conference in Philadelphia

For details and registration: https://www.nclc.org/conferences-training/foreclosure-training-conference.html A Tale of Two Markets: Responding to Housing Challenges in Rising and Flat Markets Topics covered will include: How home values impact post-HAMP loan modifications, including the GSE Flex Mod Dealing with distressed asset purchasers Home purchase scams and Dodd-Frank origination claims Fair Housing claims in mortgage origination and servicing […]

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AGScamHelp

The New York State Attorney General created AGScamHelp.com to assist homeowners in finding free, qualified mortgage assistance relief services from a network of trusted partners operating across the state under the New York Attorney General Homeowner Protection Program (HOPP). We are dedicated to alerting homeowners like you about foreclosure rescue scams so you can avoid […]

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New York State Mortgage Assistance Program

The New York State Mortgage Assistance Program provides 0% interest mortgage loans of up to $40,000 to eligible New York homeowners at risk of foreclosure. Who administers the program? The New York State Mortgage Assistance Program is administered by the Center for NYC Neighborhoods, a non-profit organization that promotes and protects affordable homeownership. Loans are […]

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Goldman Sachs’ $5 billion settlement to expand help to NY homeowners

New York homeowners will be able to tap into expanded financial assistance after Goldman Sachs agreed to a $5 billion settlement over its past lending practices leading up to the Great Recession with a mortgage working group led by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. Hundreds of millions of dollars in settlement funds will be […]

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