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Homeownership Preservation Foundation…Bookmark this site

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The Homeownership Prevention Foundation is a Not For Profit organization with a very impressive list of officers, board members and affiliates whose purpose it is to counsel people in financial distress, about to face or are facing foreclosure.

I offer this solely based on the information I got from reading their website.  I have not had any personal experience with them nor have I spoken with anyone from there.

Much of their work relies on the various government programs and bank modifications that have proved to be somewhat ineffective for most.

However, these programs have helped some and you might just be one of the “some” it can help.  The NPF counselors will begin direct negotiations with your bank/servicer, in itself a positive function, as most people tend to fear talking to their servicing companies.

While this is NOT a FORECLOSURE DEFENSE site it does offer FREE help and alternatives utilizing certain government programs and general financial crisis counseling.  I feel it is a worthwhile resource and worth a phone call (available 24/7) for a one on one conversation. Their services are always FREE. .

In fighting foreclosure, you need all the information you can get.  Here is an excerpt from their site.

The Homeownership Preservation Foundation (HPF) is a network of non-profits that helps distressed homeowners navigate their budget challenges by providing specific actions steps and, whenever possible, helping them to avoid foreclosure.  And best of all, we do it for free.

Since 2007, HPF has served more than five million homeowners, an average of 5,500 people each day, who depend on us as a trusted, neutral source of information and assistance.  Although we are an independent organization, we are partnered with, and endorsed by, numerous major government agencies, including the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of the Treasury, as well as others on the frontlines of the country’s housing crisis, including Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, NeighborWorks America, and your mortgage company.

For FREE foreclosure help, call the Homeowner’s HOPE™ Hotline now at:

  888-995-HOPE™
(888-995-4673)

We can provide counseling to you, free of charge, in English and 170 other languages, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
We’re here to help. The next step is your call.

Their site also has a lot of other valuable information for you even if you do not want to call them.  Bookmark their site for ongoing news and information.

And remember, don’t give up, don’t move out, don’t cave in against the banksters and all of their illegal activities.  Keep fighting.

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