Houston foreclosure prevention

There are organizations in the Houston Texas area that provide free or low cost foreclosure prevention and counseling programs to qualified homeowners. Many of these non-profit agencies also support individuals in the larger Harris County Texas region as well. Below you will find information on some of the options, non-profits and organizations, including non-profit HUD housing counseling agencies, government programs, and much more.

Avenue Community Development Corporation, which is located at 707 Quitman, can provide qualified borrowers with the following services. A borrower can speak to a counselor for low cost or free mortgage delinquency and default resolution counseling, information on home improvement services and programs, homeless prevention, and other housing aid. An on site foreclosure prevention counselor will help clients of the non-profit learn about and navigate the foreclosure process. They can help them work with their banks and lenders and make informed decisions regarding their homes and solutions. Dial 713-864-9099-250

Catholic Charities of Houston. 400 East 41st Street. Phone 713-699-0785. They provide classes and seminars that people can attend to learn about foreclosure and mortgage assistance programs. Also you may be able to speak to a counselor.

Credit Coalition is another agency to call for help. Phone 713-224-8100. Some of the programs offered include Non-Delinquency Post Purchase Workshops as well as Foreclosure Delinquency and Default Resolution Counseling. Contact them to speak to an intake specialist.

 

 

Fifth Ward Community Redevelopment Corporation offers ideas and advice for home improvements, free or low cost foreclosure advice to Houston Texas residents, and a host of other assistance programs. Call 713-674-0175

Gulf Coast Community Services Association (phone number 713-393-4787) offers rent eviction programs and advice, housing solutions, and can direct people to mortgage programs.

 

Money Management International has a Houston branch and locations across Harris County. Phone 800-850-2227. They are a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) approved non-profit that has counselors on staff that can help borrowers deal with home loans. In addition, get access to bankruptcy advice, credit repair, debt management plans, and other financial assistance. Work with a housing or credit counselor for help with all types of financial concerns, including mortgage relief and other consumer debts.

Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America’s Houston location is at 6666 Harwin Drive
Suite 260. Phone 713-706-3400. Programs they run include Financial Management/Budget Counseling, Debt Reduction, Predatory Lending and Subprime Loans Education Workshops, and free or discounted foreclosure assistance programs.

NID-HCA also has offices in Houston Texas. they run a foreclosure prevention program that claims to have a 95%+ success rate in stopping a foreclosure. They will negotiate directly with your lender to find a solution to your housing concern. All of the housing counselors are committed to providing you options and to helping you avoid a foreclosure filing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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