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Free Help for Homeowners Community Event in Los Angeles Next Tuesday

Posted: April 8, 2013 9:42 a.m.
Updated: April 8, 2013 9:42 a.m.

LOS ANGELES, CA — A free Help for Homeowners community event, sponsored by the Obama Administration’s Making Home Affordable program, HOPE NOW Alliance and NeighborWorks America will be held in Los Angeles on April 16th for all homeowners who may be at risk of foreclosure. The event is free, open to the public, and provides a chance for homeowners to meet face-to-face with their mortgage company and a HUD-approved counseling agency to work on a solution to help them stay in their home.

Refinance assistance is available as well for borrowers who are current on their mortgages.

Many of the largest mortgage companies are scheduled to be in attendance including Bank of America, Chase, Citi Mortgage, GMAC Mortgage, Homeward Residential, HSBC, Nationstar, Ocwen, OneWest, PNC, Select Portfolio Servicing, Seterus, US Bank and Wells Fargo.

Additionally, there will be several non-profit housing counselors from local organizations on-site and representatives from state agencies, including Keep Your Home California funded by the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Hardest Hit Fund.

WHO: California homeowners who are behind on their mortgage, may be at risk of foreclosure or are looking for refinancing assistance.

WHAT: Free Help for Homeowners Community Event

WHEN: Tuesday, April 16, 2013

1:00pm -8:00pm

WHERE: Los Angeles Convention Center

1201 South Figueroa Street

Los Angeles, CA 90015

HOPE NOW is the industry-created alliance of mortgage servicers, investors, counselors, and other mortgage market participants, brought together by the Financial Services Roundtable, Housing Policy Council and Mortgage Bankers Association, that has developed and is implementing a coordinated plan to help as many homeowners as possible prevent foreclosure and stay in their homes. For more information, go to

The Making Home Affordable Program was created to help struggling homeowners modify or refinance their mortgage payments to make them more affordable, or transition to more affordable housing to avoid preventable foreclosures. For more information, go to

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