Home Retention Fair: January 17

When: January 17, 2015. 10am-3pm

Where: David Douglas High School, 1001 SE 135th Ave, Portland, OR 9723

WASHINGTON, D.C. – December 18, 2014 – (RealEstateRama) — Hacienda is pleased to host the upcoming Home Retention Fair! The Fair is a great opportunity for any families worried about the possibility of losing their home to get free information and advice from Hacienda’s certified housing counselors. Learn more about the Home Retention Fair below, and please share this information with any friends or family who may be in need of assistance with their home! Please also feel free to hang a copy of the attached flyer in your place of business.

Are you struggling to make your mortgage payments? Are you in foreclosure or concerned about falling behind? Have you had difficulty communicating with your lender?

You are not alone! Come take advantage of free, confidential information and assistance at Hacienda CDC’s Home Retention Fair. We are here to help you stay in your home!

We are a non-profit housing counseling agency, and our services are approved by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Certified housing counselors will be available at the fair to help you:
-Learn about the foreclosure process
-Get a financial analysis and advice for a sustainable future
-Get information about your options
-Work with your mortgage lender toward a solution
-Connect and access numerous community resources

All are welcome at this free event, and services will be available in English and Spanish. Please be sure to bring the following documents with you so we may best serve you:
-2 most recent bank statements
-2012 and 2013 tax returns
-Proof of recent income (e.g. last 2 pay stubs, benefit award letter, or quarterly profit/loss statement)
-Most recent utility bills
-Most recent mortgage statement(s)
-Photo ID
-Any recent correspondence from your lender

We look forward to seeing you there, and helping you retain your home!

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