Foreclosure Prevention Resources
Government Mortgage Modifcation Programs
Making Home Aordable
www.FinancialStability.govHope or Homeowners (H4H)
(800) CALL-FHA or (800) 225-5342
Foreclosure Mitigation Assistance/Counseling
U.S. Department o Housing and UrbanDevelopment (HUD)
(800) 569-4287Homeownership Preservation Foundation
(888) 995-HOPE or (888) 995-4673
FDIC Foreclosure Prevention Website
(877) ASK-FDIC or (877) 275-3342
Report Foreclosure Scams
Federal Trade Commission
(877) FTC-HELP or (877) 382-4357
State Attorney General Contact List atwww.NAAG.org/attorneys_general.php
State, County, City Consumer Protection Ocesat www.ConsumerAction.gov/state.shtml
Talk to a Counselor
I you are having trouble making your mortgagepayment, talk to a counselor who can help you assessyour fnancial situation and work with your lender orservicer to see i you can avoid oreclosure.
Avoid Foreclosure Scams
Non-proft counseling agencies provide ree or lowcost oreclosure prevention counseling services. Thereis no need to pay a private companyor these services.
Call Homeowners HOPE Hotline at(888) 995-4673
Homeownership Preservation Foundation
providesnon-proft HUD-approved counselors across the UnitedStates that are dedicated to helping homeowners. Thesecounselors can work with you to avoid oreclosure.
Make a Budget, Find a Solution
Proessionally trainedand certifed counsel-ors can help you toevaluate your currentfnancial situation.Counselors also willhelp you to fgure outwhat options are available and help you fnd a solu-tion.