There may be mortgage assistance programs available in certain states/jurisdictions for homeowners impacted by COVID-19. Please visit the National Council of State Housing Agenciesand search for your state for more information.
The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has trained housing counselors who can talk through your situation and options with you. They’re ready to help with your questions about credit, foreclosure, rentals, and much more. Get started by finding a HUD counselor.
If you’re out of work, there are ample resources for finding a new job, as well as getting help during your period of unemployment.
The Federal-State Unemployment Insurance Program offers benefits to unemployed people who meet state eligibility requirements. Visit CareerOneStop.orgto learn about your state’s requirements and get help applying for benefits. This resource can also assist you with finding a new job. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, it offers self-assessment tests, skills training resources, job search tools, interview tips, and much more.
We’re always glad to help you online or over the phone. But our favorite way to help is to meet you in person to address your specific needs at one of our Community Outreach Workshops.
If that sounds good to you too, call us at 888-319-2432or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org get the latest schedule of Community Outreach Workshops. Our mortgage professionals will be on site to outline programs, give tips, and answer your questions.