Mortgage Modification Mastermind Meeting in Miami – Saturday March 13, 2010

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Miami forum to help at-risk homeowners

MIAMI – March 10, 2010 – A housing crisis community forum to help at-risk homeowners will be held in Miami on March 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Organized by Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum, the three largest banks will have representatives on hand to work one-on-one with owners seeking a mortgage modification or some other type of help.

“I have now asked Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo to assist homeowners at my upcoming housing crisis community forum in Miami,” says McCollum. “This is the first time we have hosted on‐site loan counseling from bank representatives, and I am thrilled they are joining us to help Floridians in their time of need.”

Homeowners who plan to attend should bring the following items to maximize their ability to obtain assistance:

• Mortgage loan number
• Proof of employment, such as a recent payroll check stub
• Bank account statement
• Income tax returns and W2
• Driver’s license or picture ID

More information about the forum is available online at:$file/Miami-Forum-flyer-English.pdf

Reprinted by permission: © 2010 Florida Realtors®


A loan modification is one of the 9 options and potential solutions home owners have to avoid foreclosure. If you are able to earn a living and the hardship that prevented you from being able to make payments has been resolved, a modification may be among your best alternatives. Don’t miss this meeting and make sure to come with all your documents in hand. If this does not work and you must sell, contact me to discuss how to proceed with a Short Sale and salvage your credit the best way possible while hopefully avoiding the damaging effects of bankruptcy and the permanent damage a foreclosure can have in your life.


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