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Helpful Sites for Struggling Renters, Homeowners

If you're facing foreclosure and need additional help with understanding your options, please visit the following websites.

The American Bar Association at – a guide to find legal resources in your state.

Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) Consumer Resources

Ginnie Mae – Buy vs. Rent Calculator

Hardest Hit Fund – offers innovative measures to help families stay in their homes or otherwise avoid foreclosure in states that have been hit hard by the housing crisis and economic distress.

The – provides step-by-step information on how to become financially literate.

Homeownership Preservation Foundation – an independent nonprofit that provides financial education and counseling by HUD-approved counselors dedicated to helping homeowners.

HOPE NOW™ – an alliance between mortgage companies, counselors and other HUD-approved mortgage market participants that provides free foreclosure prevention assistance. | Find Rental Assistance

HUD: Guide to Avoiding Foreclosure – offers information to help you if you're facing foreclosure.

Loan Scam Alert – highlights some common scams today's homeowners need to look out for.

Making Home Affordable – provides an overview of the federal government's programs for helping troubled homeowners.

National Foundation for Credit Counseling – provides high-quality financial education and counseling services.

NeighborWorks® America – offers resources for foreclosure prevention professionals.

National Consumer Law Center – provides steps that advocates can take to help prevent foreclosure.

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Learn how to identify and avoid scam artists who promise immediate relief from foreclosure.

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Find the answers to common questions concerning your mortgage and the various options to avoid foreclosure.

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Visit our glossary of key terms to increase your understanding of the foreclosure options available.

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