Programs Available to Stop Foreclosure
Talk to a HUD approved, nonprofit mortgage assistance advisor, completely free of charge by calling 1-800-580-1591.
Stopping a foreclosure depends a lot on your unique financial and mortgage situation. The options available are also different depending on where you are in the foreclosure process, what state you live in and who your lender is. The sooner you start the process of getting help, the more options are open to you.
First tell us about your unique situation:
After understanding your financial and mortgage situation, your mortgage advisor can then help you:
- Determine which mortgage relief programs may be available to you
- Find out if you are eligible and can qualify for the programs
- Apply correctly for the programs
Some of the available mortgage relief programs can help you:
- Pay your past due mortgage payments and bring you current
- Provide unemployment mortgage assistance
- Pay down your loan balance
- Help you transition and relocate if you can’t keep your home
We Can Call You
Fill in the form below and a mortgage adviser will call you back in the next 24 hours.
Get help finding and applying for the mortgage relief programs that are right for you.
When you call, you will be speaking to an experienced nonprofit mortgage advisor at HomeOwnership.org. Thanks to funding from HUD and other public grants, this entire service is free of charge to you.
Your mortgage advisor will analyze your financial and mortgage details, identify your foreclosure alternatives and the mortgage relief programs you are eligible to apply for. Then we will create an action plan and work with you on the best way to begin talking to your lender and applying for mortgage relief.
Doing so can be stressful and confusing. That’s why we’re here – we will navigate you through the entire process.
Contact us at 1-800-580-1591 to get immediate assistance from a counselor from a HUD approved counseling agency.
HomeOwnership.org is a division of credit.org which has helped over 300,000 homeowners during the recent housing crisis. We are committed to providing education, free counseling and access to government programs to assist struggling homeowners. All counseling services are provided free of charge.