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Posted on: April 17, 2012

[ARCHIVED] FREE Help for Homeowners Community Event planned for April 23, 2012

FREE Help for Homeowners Community Event planned for the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL from 1:00pm until 8:00pm on the 23rd.

The Obama Administration's Making Home Affordable Program, HOPE NOW, NeighborWorks® America and several local, non-profit partners and government agencies are hosting this event that will afford homeowners the unique opportunity to meet directly with their mortgage servicer and/or a HUD-approved housing counselor to find alternatives to foreclosure.

Here's a list of mortgage companies that will all be there to help Illinois families:

* American Home Mortgage Servicing, Inc.
* Aurora* Bank of America
* Chase* Citi
* Nationstar* Ocwen
* OneWest* PNC
* Seterus* Select Portfolio Servicing (SPS)
* SunTrust* Wells Fargo/Wachovia

Several local, HUD-approved non-profit counseling organizations will be on-site as well to advise homeowners, plus representatives from the following organizations:

* Fannie Mae
* Freddie Mac* HUD
* Loan Scam Alert* Making Home Affordable

And please be sure to check out the Faces of Recovery section of our web site for video testimonials of real homeowners who have attended past Making Home Affordable / HOPE NOW events in cities across America:

For additional information and to download a flyer
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