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Mortgage Modification Assistance
And "Hope" Hotline

The Federal Gov't Is Working To Help Distressed Homeowners

hope hotlineUnpredictable financial difficulties cast a shadow on good hard working people all the time.  Occasionally, homeowners are simply unable to continue paying their mortgage payments, without some form of Mortgage Modification Assistance, and debt relief.  If this has happened to you, and you don't think you can afford your mortgage payments right now, we have some answers that may help.

National Outreach Campaign

The Federal Government has recently announced plans to help stabilize the housing market, by helping millions of Americans to save their homes.  This national outreach campaign will put more pressure on lenders to work with their borrowers to help them avoid foreclosure. 

Many Saved From Foreclosure

The goal of the program is to help perserve homeownership by many who are in an economic free fall, and to get our economy on the path to recovery.

We'll Try To Help - Our Advice Is FREE

If you are concerned about your ability to remain in your home, please feel free to contact us for advice, at (303) 514-4000.  Just fill out the easy form below, and briefly specify your situation and concerns, in the comments section.

We never ask for any fees to be paid up-front.  If we are unable to assist you in selling your home or property, we do not charge a brokerage commission.  Our real estate team is not associated with the government, and our professional real estate services are not endorsed by either the government or your lender.

Other Helpful Reminders

  • Beware of Foreclosure Rescue Scams that CHARGE A FEE, or charge a fee upfront.
  • Recognize and avoid common scams.  Scam artists target struggling homeowners.  
  • Beware of anyone who asks you to pay a fee in exchange for a counseling service.
  • Beware of people who pressure you to sign papers immediately.
  • Beware of those who say they can “save” your home if you transfer over the deed.
  • Never make a mortgage payment to anyone other than your mortgage company.
  • Never deed your property to anyone unless you are working directly with your mortgage company to forgive your debt.
  • Your lender may not agree to change or modify the terms of your loan.
  • If any company tells you to stop paying your mortgage, they must also tell you that you could lose your home and damage your credit rating.
  • You may also contact the "Foreclosure Hotline" at 1-888-995-HOPE.
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