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Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Treasury Launches New Resources for Spanish-Speaking Homeowners at Risk of Foreclosure

Secretary Shaun Donovan of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has introduced a new Spanish-language web site for the Making Home Affordable Program.

The newly redesigned and optimized Spanish-language site includes new resources for struggling homeowners with interactive tools including:
  • Program information that is organized based on a homeowner’s individual situation to provide a “path” to their next steps, including possible solutions for their particular mortgage concerns.
  • Interactive features such as help on “finding the right program” and tools such as a “payment reduction estimator.”
  • Step-by-step information on applying for help through the Making Home Affordable Program.
  • More free resources for homeowners and trusted advisors to get assistance and gain knowledge about various programs available to help with mortgage concerns.
Earlier this year, the application deadline for the Making Home Affordable Program was extended to December 31, 2013 and expanded the population of homeowners that may be eligible.

Read the Treasury press release.

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