The Foreclosure Prevention Project
Homeowners at immediate risk of foreclosure can locate free on-line help and multiple resources at the Foreclosure Advice link at; www.communiversitymagazine.org
Attend The Foreclosure Seminar at 3:00 pm
Sunday February 22, 2009
Upstairs at the Hillstreet Coffee house; 524 S Coast Hwy. Oceanside, CA 92054 (760)[masked]; call this number for directions
Space is limited to 16 students; to pre- register for this class, click the CLASSES link at www.communiversitymagazine.org & then scroll down to Foreclosure Prevention Project Class: OR JUST ENTER THE FOLLOWING LINK IN YOUR BROWSER: http://communiversitymagazine.org/moodle/course/category.php?id=47T
This Seminar will cover the following topics
��� How a homeowner can immediately stop their foreclosure sale by filing for an emergency federal injunction.
��� How a federal bankruptcy can judicially lower a homeowner's payments and save their home from foreclosure.
��� Multiple resources ; where and how a homeowner can find free help: local the SD housing collaborative, HUD, Hope and other non-profit help agencies.
��� How a homeowner can determine if their loan has predatory lending violations.
��� Why a forensic loan audit can be invaluable to a homeowner in default.
��� How a homeowner can request, obtain, and professionally review the loan documents from their lender.
��� How a homeowner can demand a mortgage modification from their lender.
��� Understanding what a loan rescission is, and how a homeowner who has been a victim of predatory lending, can use their RESPA* rights to demand one.
(*Real Estate Settlement & Procedures Act)
��� AYUDA EN ESPANOL: How a homeowner can get free help in Spanish
For additional info or to apply for financial aid email [address removed]
or contact the Community Workshop Project line: [masked]
Monday-Friday 1:pm-3: pm.