Foreclosure help from Blue Ridge Housing Network
Homeowners who live in Clarke, Fauquier, Frederick, Page, Shenandoah, and Warren County, or the city of Winchester, can receive free foreclosure help and counseling from the Blue Ridge Housing Network.
The Network is comprised of various local non-profit and charity organizations. Some of the different groups that make up the Blue Ridge Housing Network include local businesses, individuals, human service organization, local banks, lenders and other financial institutions.
What is common among all these organizations is that they are concerned about housing issues and foreclosure crisis facing the area, and they want to improve the current stock and help people avoid losing their home to foreclosure. The agencies focus their services on the cities and towns that are located in the Northern Shenandoah Valley area of Virginia.
Foreclosure and housing programs offered by Blue Ridge Housing Network
The organization offers homeowners, and potential homeowners, a variety of programs and resources. The agency has also recently received additional grant money from the Virginia Housing Development Authority to enhance the services offered. The programs offered include:
Loss Mitigation / Foreclosure Prevention Counseling - You need to call the agency and set up an appointment to meet with a counselor. They will review the terms of your current mortgage, and they will need to get a complete understanding of your financial situation. They should be able to offer you numerous mortgage and foreclosure assistance programs, including modifications, mediation, and more.