Virginia mortgage help and foreclosure assistance programs.
Find assistance with your mortgage and foreclosure help in Virginia, including in the cities of Norfolk and Virginia Beach. In addition to the state and non-profit organizations in the region offering free foreclosure assistance, counseling and mortgage help which are listed below, homeowners have other options. Call an agency below in order to find additional services, aid and grant programs that can help you with paying other debts and bills. More.
Free foreclosure counseling in Blue Ridge Virginia area
Homeowners in the Blue Ridge section of Virginia can receive foreclosure counseling and advice form the Blue Ridge Housing Network. Specialists and counselors will advice borrowers on what programs they may qualify for. Click here to learn more on the Blue Ridge Housing non-profit agency.
Mortgage assistance for Virginia unemployed homeowners
The federal government’s HUD agency is providing tens of millions of dollars in aid to homeowners in Virginia who have lost their jobs or who have had a reduction in income. This can help you pay your home loan and provide people time to find a new job. Read more on Virginia Emergency Homeowner program.
Government certified counseling agencies in Virginia
The federal government HUD department has approved several non-profits in Virginia. Contact one of these non-profit organization to receive free or low cost housing counseling and foreclosure prevention advice. More on Virginia free HUD agencies.
Mortgage Help From CountryWide
A settlement between Countrywide Financial and Virginia will provide mortgage assistance to almost 10,000 Virginia customers of the mortgage lender. This should help reduce mortgage foreclosures and keep more Virginia families in their home.
Countrywide will provide over $200 million to help Virginia borrowers keep their homes by refinancing or reducing principal owed, freezing or cutting interest rates, or converting mortgages to fixed-rate loans.
Mortgage assistance will be available to all borrowers who received a subprime adjustable rate mortgage or a pay-option adjustable-rate mortgage from Countrywide or one of its many affiliates before Dec. 31, 2007.
While Countrywide is contacting borrowers through both the mail and phone to let them know of the mortgage assistance program, you should also not hesitate to contact Countrywide directly. Dial 866-411-6987 to learn more.