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NeighborWorks has help for foreclosures

 

July 27, 2010



Pittsburgh-area residents, who are scared, embarrassed or concerned about losing their homes, can call NeighborWorks Western Pennsylvania for help.

NeighborWorks provides a confidential and compassionate environment, realizing that being delinquent on a mortgage, in these economic times, can happen to anyone for any reason. And, NeighborWorks services are free-of-charge.

When homeowners are late on their mortgage payments, an Act 91 notice from the state is typically mailed to their residence. And that's the point in the process where homeowners should reach out to NeighborWorks for support.

NeighborWorks can not only help put a hold on any further actions taken on the part of the lender, but work to negotiate a mortgage modification agreement that can result in the retention of the home.

NeighborWorks provides individuals and families with free foreclosure prevention assistance that educates and empowers the client to move forward. Their certified counselors work one-on-one with clients in a private setting and are continually commended for their genuine concern and trustworthiness. The possibility of losing a home can be an overwhelming and frightening experience.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 412-281-9773.

 

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