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Lose home from passing husband

Postby Bluetwo » Mon Aug 08, 2011 9:36 am

hello im a 51 year old disabled widow with my husbands passing away in 2006 two years after being in a severe auto accident leaving him with permanent brain damage. financially i have struggled not to loose my little duplex we lived in since 1988 there was only enough life insurance to pay funeral expenses and pay for my future burial with enough money to carry me through until mid 2011 or so im so stressed out on how to provide for myself i have no one to get help from except non stop prayer.my only income is 1125. social security with a net of 924 after part b deduction.due to extra bill in june and july homeowners ins. my 1995 van needed costly repairs new tags and misc items all of this has put me behind a month or two with no way to catch up without intervention my water bill is at 184.49 with august bill coming any day. im devastated i have no idea how i will pay my 249. electric bill, house payment of 734. let alone flood ins. due and in several weeks my quarterly homeowners ins. with house tax coming uo in nov. i need about a 2000 miracle just to get caught up with tax and ins. lurking over my head medically im suppose to go to heart doc. and athritis specialist. medicare just began july 1,2011 after waiting 24 months being disabled with heart disease and crippling arthritis. my little house is desperately needs a new roof shingles are litterly over 24 years old . thank you for having this sight to help. any assistance or direction you could help me with is greatly appreciated may god bless your organization and all involved sincerely

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Re: Lose home from passing husband

Postby Admin » Mon Aug 15, 2011 9:47 am

Fort Lauderdale, which seems to be the area you registered from, does have some free foreclosure prevention. The city works closely with Broward County in this capacity, and counselors and other mortgage programs are run. Get information on the free Fort Lauderdale foreclosure prevention programs and resources. Call non-profits, HUD agencies like the Broward County Housing Authority 954-497-4583 or the Neighborhood Housing Services of South Florida, Inc. at 954-564-4037. Most programs are free for income qualified individuals.

Bluetwo wrote:hello im a 51 year old disabled widow with my husbands passing away in 2006 two years after being in a severe auto accident leaving him with permanent brain damage. financially i have struggled not to loose my little duplex we lived in since 1988 there was only enough life insurance to pay funeral expenses and pay for my future burial with enough money to carry me through until mid 2011 or so im so stressed out on how to provide for myself i have no one to get help from except non stop prayer.my only income is 1125. social security with a net of 924 after part b deduction.due to extra bill in june and july homeowners ins. my 1995 van needed costly repairs new tags and misc items all of this has put me behind a month or two with no way to catch up without intervention my water bill is at 184.49 with august bill coming any day. im devastated i have no idea how i will pay my 249. electric bill, house payment of 734. let alone flood ins. due and in several weeks my quarterly homeowners ins. with house tax coming uo in nov. i need about a 2000 miracle just to get caught up with tax and ins. lurking over my head medically im suppose to go to heart doc. and athritis specialist. medicare just began july 1,2011 after waiting 24 months being disabled with heart disease and crippling arthritis. my little house is desperately needs a new roof shingles are litterly over 24 years old . thank you for having this sight to help. any assistance or direction you could help me with is greatly appreciated may god bless your organization and all involved sincerely


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