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Find a Chase Mortgage Centers.

Chase has opened Homeownership Centers across the nation. These centers allow borrowers to stop by and speak to a trained housing counselor who can advise the homeowner on various programs, resources and services that are available to them to deal with their mortgage. Find the locations and phone numbers of the Homeownership Centers below, as well as details on what types of mortgage and foreclosure programs are offered.

Meet with a Chase counselor

At the center, you will be able to sit down and speak face to face with a housing counselor. Studies show these types of meetings are much more effective than phone calls or letters. The highly trained counselor you meet with will need to gain a complete understanding of your financial situation. Their primary goal is to help people get back on track with their mortgage payments, and to help a homeowner avoid a foreclosure. All possible solutions will be reviewed.

After the consultation has been completed, the advisor will help determine what types of mortgage programs your are eligible for. They will review programs with you, including the federal government Making Home Affordable modification programs, Home affordable unemployment mortgage program, and explore a Chase loan modification or another type of program that could help you stay in your home.



Chase Homeownership Centers locations

These Chase Homeowner Centers centers are now located in almost 20 states across the nation. Find a location of the homeownership center that is nearest to you below, or call JP Morgan Chase at 866-550-5705 to learn more.




  • Downey 562-861-5210
  • Glendale 818-548-2280
  • Lakewood 562-663-3770
  • Los Angeles 323-290-6201
  • Northridge 818-773-5160
  • Oakland 510-420-2366
  • Rancho Cucamonga 909-484-2356
  • Riverside 951-782-0577
  • Sacramento 916-567-5340
  • San Bernardino 909-890-5480
  • Santa Ana 714-550-5201
  • San Diego /Chula Vista and La Mesa 619-409-8901
  • Santa Clara 408-423-5300
  • Stockton 209-460-2450
  • Walnut Creek 925-256-4810


  • Denver 303-244-5225

District of Columbia

  • Washington, DC 202-216-8189


  • Aventura 305-682-3018
  • Boynton Beach 561-738-2550
  • Ft. Myers/Cape Coral 239-432-1110
  • Hialeah 305-818-2471
  • Jacksonville (904) 620-6092
  • Kissimmee 407-931-3058
  • Miami 305-669-8025
  • Orlando 407-248-3945
  • Palm Beach Gardens 561-775-7121
  • Riverview 813-623-6013
  • Sunrise 954-846-8817
  • Tampa Bay 813-880-6400
  • More on JP Morgan Chase mortgage help centers in Florida





  • Atlanta 770-690-2800
  • Stockbridge 770-474-4186


  • Chicago 773-594-7670
  • Melrose Park 708-450-3702





  • Henderson 702-558-5446
  • Las Vegas 702-259-7171

New Jersey

  • Jersey City 201-595-7355
  • Paramus 201-225-3980

New York

  • Bronx 718-678-8880
  • Brooklyn 718-242-2500
  • Queens/Flushing 718-286-5190
  • Manhattan 718-286-5190



  • Philadelphia 610-892-6620


  • Dallas 972-455-1555
  • Houston 281-936-2601


  • Dulles 703-996-1434


  • Seattle 206-575-2954


If is very important to contact Chase as soon as possible. If you think you may have trouble paying your mortgage in the near or distant future, contact Chase, or stop by a Homeownership Center right away. Meet with a housing counselor. They will work with you to review all possible outcomes and alternatives, and the counselor will evaluate your financial situation. Each borrower situation is reviewed on a case-by-case basis. While loan modifications are the most common option that may result from visiting a Chase Homeownership center, there may be other programs available as well.




By Jon McNamara

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