Are you having trouble with your mortgage? Have you recently lost a job or had a reduction in income? Are you facing a possible foreclosure? Loan modification scammers are targeting you. To counter this, the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has launched a new public awareness and enforcement campaign specifically targeting loan modification scammers, calling on the general public to take three specific actions:
Are You Facing Foreclosure?
For more information about the foreclosure process in Oregon, please visit: http://foreclosurehelp.oregon.gov/.
Avoid Foreclosure—Get Help from a Counselor
Visit the Division of Finance and Corporate Securities (DFCS) website to locate HUD-approved Organizations Providers of Foreclosure Prevention Related Counseling in your area.
Avoid Foreclosure—When a Lender Won't Work with You
You've done all your homework, explored workout options, talked to a housing counselor and tried to talk to your lender. But, the lender won't work with you. What do you do now? Visit the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) website for more information, or to contact a HUD-approved counselor.
Oregon's Foreclosure Laws—*NEW*
Visit the Foreclosure Help website for more information about Oregon’s foreclosure laws.
Foreclosure—you can avoid it
Find out steps you can take to protect your home and credit by avoiding foreclosure.
Visit the Oregon Housing and Community Services website for more information.
Learn more about making your home more affordable, including opportunities to modify or refinance your mortgage.
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Oregon Healthy Kids program
Visit the Healthy Kids website for information about Healthy Kids, including eligibility, services covered, and how to apply. There's also a place to find out how to help us spread the word and/or to partner with us to help families apply.