Facing Foreclosure

Are You Falling Behind On Your Mortgage Payments?

FacingForeclosureThere are steps that you can take that may help to avoid unnecessary foreclosure.  Working with your lender to explore available workout options can be overwhelming. You do not have to go through it alone. The Washington Homeownership Resource Center (WHRC) is committed to supporting homeowners during this difficult time by providing education and connecting homeowners with resources and advocates that will assist homeowners through the process.

For Immediate Assistance contact:

WHRC at 877-894-4663

or select one of the buttons below to learn more about available RESCUE FUNDS and other resources!

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Rescue Funds now Available!

The Attorney General and trusted local nonprofits have created a new program in Washington. It provides financial help to keep you in your home, even if you’ve been denied a mortgage modification. This new rescue loan program offers qualified homeowners deferred loans up to $30,000 at zero to 2% interest. 

A foreclosure prevention specialist at a HUD approved housing counseling agency can explain how the program works and determine whether you qualify at no cost for the assessment.

Call WHRC at 877-894-4663 for more information or an appointment with a specialist.
 

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I want to say a huge thank you.  It feels a million times better knowing where we will be living, that we don't have to move, and I can actually afford to live here.  My life is no longer on hold, and we have been able to make plans for the first time in ages. There is no more black cloud of uncertainty hanging over my head always, waiting for the bank to dictate so much of my life. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
C. K.
There are no words to say how much you did for us and how much you helped us, you basically saved us.
B. A.
Thank you for taking the time to talk to me and put my heart at rest! I look forward to working with you to stay in our home.  I have an appointment with a housing counselor your referred us to and I will give you an update once that occurs.  Again, it meant so very much to me that you took the time to give me hope.
A. F.