5:56 am October 28, 2009, by Henry Unger
Consumers in jeopardy of losing their home may benefit from attending a special foreclosure-prevention program Thursday.
The event, which will take place at the Georgia World Congress Center from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m., is free and open to the public.
Homeowners who plan to attend are urged to bring all necessary paperwork, including recent pay stubs, mortgage documents, tax returns and bank statements.
The event is being organized by the HOPE NOW Alliance, in partnership with the Obama administration’s Making Home Affordable program, NeighborWorks® America and Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Greater Atlanta.
“This is the best opportunity for at-risk homeowners, and families facing foreclosure, to sit down face-to-face with their mortgage servicer or housing counselor, and work on a viable solution for saving their home,” Eric Selk, Director of Outreach for HOPE NOW, said in a statement.
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