Atlanta Georgia mortgage help center
National mortgage lender Fannie Mae is increasing the amount of assistance they provide in the Atlanta Georgia area. They have opened a new mortgage help center that will provide free foreclosure and housing counseling to homeowners who are struggling to make ends meet, and for people who are having difficulty with paying their mortgages on time.
The facility is formally known as the Atlanta Mortgage Help Center. There are several local non-profits and other agencies that are partnering together in this project. Fannie Mae is working closely on this initiative with A Financial Education and Training Institute, Inc., Forest Park-based The D&E Group, various national major mortgage servicers, the state of Georgia, and community and civic leaders from across the region and Atlanta.
The Fannie Mae Mortgage Help Center, and other non-profit agencies and centers like it around Atlanta, offer families with free foreclosure counseling, information on mortgage programs and the tools necessary to help a homeowner either avoid a foreclosure or stop one that may be in progress. Among other services available will be free access to high quality housing counseling and in-person resolution of the individuals particular mortgage circumstances.
Assistance offered at the mortgage center in Atlanta
Numerous housing and mortgage counselors will provide borrowers with a full range of services and assistance programs. Specifically, some of the services and programs that will be offered include reviewing a borrower's loan, advising borrowers on assistance programs from banks and lenders, collecting the required documents and information to help people apply for the federal government Making Home Affordable Program, discussing foreclosure alternatives, and providing help to homeowners to assist them with finalizing any pending loan workout efforts. In addition, The D&E Group as well as Fannie Mae will provide clients with information and clarify expectations for the foreclosure prevention process.