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Pennsylvania Foreclosure Help
The state of Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) have approved counselors who can help you free of charge to access programs and services for homeowners in danger of foreclosure. Pennsylvania Foreclosure Help is not just something that is important to keep our People in their Home during this housing crisis. The Pennsylvania Mortgage Help Hotline is 1-8669845108. This way you are sure that the counselors you choose can really provide the help you need to evaluate your financial situation, explain the available options and work with your lender to arrive at a viable solution. So don´t leave your home-stay and call the hotline for help without delay.
The longer you wait and the further behind you fall in mortgage payments the harder it will be to catch up. If you don´t get up to date with mortgage payments your lender could be allowed to sell your house to pay off the debts and this is a situation that too many, who find themselves in financial crisis have to face.
One of the programs is HEMAP Homeowners Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program from which thousands of families have gained much needed help. This is the only program of its kind created by Act 91 of 1983 to prevent homelessness among the citizens of Pennsylvania and funded by state appropriations and repayment of existing HEMAP loans. The program assures regular mortgage payments making it possible for the house owners to look for employment or train for other work or receive needed education.
This program is in fact a loan which must be repaid and it is not available for FHA Title II (purchase) mortgages. Those who are approved for HEMAP have the property in danger of foreclosure secured by a mortgage so creating a loan. There are two types available according to the financial situation of the owner. These are continuing mortgage assistance loans and non-continuing mortgage assistance loans. Those qualifying for a non-continuing mortgage loan have their mortgage brought up to date from which date the owner is responsible to keep up the payments to the lender as well as monthly repayment to HEMAP.
It is possible that there may be an additional cash contribution toward the mortgage delinquency when the HEMAP loan closes. Those who are eligible for a continuing mortgage assistance loan have the mortgage payments brought up to date and then subsequent payments to the lender are subsidized. Both types of loans are limited to a maximum of 24 months from the date of the mortgage delinquency or a maximum of $60,000,00 whichever comes first. The homeowners benefitting from the loan are required to pay up to 40 percent of their income toward their housing expenses. $25,00 being the minimum monthly payment allowed by law. Thus the mortgage is paid and the family do not lose their home.
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