Below we highlight foreclosure resources that can offer you foreclosure help and assistance to prevent or stop a foreclosure process.
Free HUD Avoiding Foreclosure Counseling
Use their search tool to find nonprofit housing counseling agencies by state that are approved by the US Federal Government. They can help you to prevent foreclosure free of charge, and with loan modification and refinancing programs too.
HUD – US Department of Housing and Urban Development
HUD is devoted to make homeownership more accessible and affordable to all citizens. At the HUD web site you can inform yourself about the foreclosure help available and get counseling referrals.
Expert legal advice – JustAnswer.com
If you need a lawyer quickly to give you advice about foreclosure and real estate issues, in this website you can get your questions answered personally for a small fee.
Federal Reserve Consumer Help
The Federal Reserve helps Americans that have problems with banks or other financial institutions. They can assist you if you are at risk of a foreclosure process.
Federal Reserve Consumer Help; PO Box 1200; Minneapolis, MN 55480
Homeownership Preservation Foundation
HPF is a nonprofit organization that provides a free counseling service to homeowners facing foreclosure. They help distressed homeowners to find the best way to avoid foreclosure through the program HOPE NOW™.
The HOPE hotline delivers free mortgage foreclosure prevention assistance to American homeowners through HUD-approved counseling organizations.
Call 888-995-HOPE (4673)™, 24/7.
National Foundation for Credit Counseling or NFCC
This venerable organization has been offering low-cost assistance to people that have serious difficulties trying to deal with issues related to credit -including problems to meet mortgage payments- for more than half a century.