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Ohio Housing Finance Agency is another valuable resource for Ohio homeowners. They provide a listing of resources including HUD programs that can prevent foreclosure by guaranteeing mortgages for homeowners. They also provide county specific information so homeowners can get specific foreclosure prevention information. Ohio Housing Finance Agency has a long list of partnerships and networks that work with and counsel at risk homeowners. Contact information is provided on all of their programs, most of which are available 24 hours a day. The programs presented with Ohio Housing Finance Agency is perfect for homeowners who have not been given a foreclosure notice as of yet but are at risk. More information can be found at http://www.ohiohome.org/homebuyer/foreclosure.aspx
Housing and Urban Development better known as HUD is one of the most useful resources because it connects homeowners with counselors who walk you through foreclosure options. They also let you check your eligibility for programs such as the making home affordable program available to unemployed homeowners. They also provide information on programs such as the Hardest Hit Program aimed at helping homeowners who were hit the hardest by the down economy. There are available funds given to in need homeowners regularly and HUD shows individuals how to qualify and receive aid. A HUD approved housing counselor works with homeowners to help them avoid and prevent foreclosure especially in the early stages of foreclosure. Information is available by visiting http://hud.gov
Information and assistance for all three programs are free. No matter what stage of foreclosure a homeowner is in help can be received if they reach out. Though foreclosure can be overwhelming it can also be prevented if steps are taken early enough.
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