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Homeowners association fee (HOA) assistance

Post by Lackey » Tue Oct 29, 2013 5:25 pm

I am disabled & my husband was laid off recently. We need help getting our HOA paid (homeowners association fee) because the HOA can & will foreclose on us if it isn't up to date. We are trying very hard and are not accustomed to asking for assistance. Thank-you for the opportunity to help us find help until we can get back on our feet as they call it. Do HOA assistance programs exist because I haven't been successful in finding one.

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Re: Homeowners association fee (HOA) assistance

Post by Admin » Sat Jul 05, 2014 9:56 am

Most government mortgage programs will not help with Homeowners association fee issues. This is not why they were created. It may be best for you to try free legal aid for that type of potential mortgage issue. Many firms may have suggestions for you, and their advice is free if your income is low enough. So try legal representation, and click more information.

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Re: Homeowners association fee (HOA) assistance

Post by Euro » Sun Nov 05, 2017 9:53 pm

To whom it may concern;
To try to make a long story short, my parents are moving into a senior community in Ledyard that now has an HOA. My parents are living on their social security benefits and I am trying to get them some help. They are in their 80’s and my father was in the Navy many years ago. Any help would be appreciated.

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Re: Homeowners association fee (HOA) assistance

Post by Momar » Fri Aug 28, 2020 3:53 pm

My name is Anne and I'm in need of emergency financial assistance. My husband and I are facing a Sheriff's sale on December 20th as we are behind on our Association Dues. We live in Maple Grove, Mn. I have gone to the county and got denied as they don't help with Association Dues, just mortgages. I've also reached out to our local food shelf but they unfortunately do not have funds available right now. Please help us with what our options are. I sent a hardship letter to our association and waiting to hear back for a payment.

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Re: Homeowners association fee (HOA) assistance

Post by Admin » Sun Mar 07, 2021 11:13 am

We tend to agree, most financial help is not for HOAs dues. Most lenders can offer mortgage help, etc. Maybe a charity or community action agency in Minnesota? Find them here.
https://www.needhelppayingbills.com/htm ... n_age.html
Also maybe get the mortgage help, and use those savings to pay the Homeowners association fees.
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Fri Aug 28, 2020 3:53 pm
My name is Anne and I'm in need of emergency financial assistance. My husband and I are facing a Sheriff's sale on December 20th as we are behind on our Association Dues. We live in Maple Grove, Mn. I have gone to the county and got denied as they don't help with Association Dues, just mortgages. I've also reached out to our local food shelf but they unfortunately do not have funds available right now. Please help us with what our options are. I sent a hardship letter to our association and waiting to hear back for a payment.

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