If your primary residence was involved in a foreclosure process between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2010, you may qualify for a free Independent Foreclosure Review.
The Independent Foreclosure Review will determine whether individual homeowners suffered financial injury and should receive compensation or other remedy because of errors or other problems during their home foreclosure process.
MEDA has been dedicated to the Latino community in San Francisco, and the businesses and institutions that serve them, for over 37 years. Its mission is to achieve economic justice for San Francisco’s low-and moderate-income Latino families through the development of personal, financial, and community assets. Rooted in the Mission District, MEDA’s long-term vision is to see families engaged in creating a thriving local economy with opportunity and prosperity for all.
MEDA’s Foreclosure Prevention Counselors can help you identify alternatives ranging from short sales to loan modifications, including the Making Home Affordable (MHA) modification plan, and the “Keep Your Home California” initiative which offers an additional layer of assistance to California residents who may benefit from:
Unemployment Mortgage Assistance – Provides temporary assistance to eligible homeowners who have suffered involuntary unemployment.
Principle Reduction Program – Helps reduce homeowners with severe negative equity qualify for a sustainable loan modification, by reducing principal loan balances.
Mortgage Reinstatement Assistance Program – Helps eligible homeowners reinstate their first mortgage loan if they have fallen behind due to short-term financial problems.
Transition Assistance Program - Provides one-time funds to help homeowners who execute a short sale or deed-in-lieu of foreclosure program, relocate into a new housing situation
For more information please call Beatriz Antunez at 415-282-3334 x115
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