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121Space _ Real Estate & Foreclosure _ Help & Tips

Posted by: 121space team Sep 3 2007, 09:43 AM

There are many resources for homeowners having trouble making their mortgages.

For tips, go to:
The Federal Trade Commission's fact sheet "Mortgage Payments Sending You Reeling? Here's What to Do,"
The Department of Housing and Urban Development's list of approved housing counseling agencies,
Expert Talk,
Freddie Mac's guide to avoiding foreclosure,
NeighborWorks America's Center for Foreclosure Solutions,
The Homeownership Preservation Foundation's national housing hotline, 1-888-995-HOPE

Real Estate Experts
J. P. Vaughan, Publisher of Creative Real Estate Online,
Robert Bruss, well known real estate columnist and lawyer, publishes a monthly newsletter,
John Reed, author of several landlording books, also publishes a newsletter,
William Bronchick, attorney and author of the book Flipping Properties (Dearborn, 2001) and several home study programs; web site contains many free articles and links to other resources,
Jeffrey Taylor, publishes ��‚��“Mr. Landlord��‚��, the largest landlording newsletter,

Some groups that can provide counseling or information:
Americans for Fairness in Lending,
Consumer Federation of America,
Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America,
ACORN Housing,
National Community Reinvestment Coalition,
Center for Responsible Lending,
National Association of Consumer Advocates,

Hard Money (information on creative financing, specializing in non-conventional situations),

Complete Landlord Advisor
National Association of Independent Landlords,
Nolo: Law Books, Legal Forms and Legal Software,
The Landlord Protection Agency,

Certified Professional
American Society of Home Inspectors,
National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI),