Are you having a hard time making your mortgage payments on time? Did you receive a notice on your door about foreclosure and you’re not sure what to do next? Are you current on your mortgage but feeling nervous about your ability to continue to make payments on time? Do you feel overwhelmed by the idea of applying for a loan modification and want to make sure you do everything right?
If you’re a homeowner who is worried about your mortgage payments, come to one of our Mortgage Information & Enrollment Workshops! This month, these workshops will be held on Wednesday, May 14 & Wednesday, May 28, 2014 from 6-8pm at Solid Ground (1501 N 45th St, Seattle, WA 98103).
At the workshop, you will have an opportunity to connect with other homeowners in similar situations and learn about:
- Washington state’s foreclosure timeline and process
- Loss mitigation options (including modification)
- Foreclosure Fairness Act (Meet & Confer; Mediation)
- Consumer Fairness Protection Bureau Act
- Your rights and responsibilities as a homeowner
- How Solid Ground can support you to prevent foreclosure
Additionally, you will have a chance to ask questions and complete your enrollment packet, which includes the documents that lenders require to apply for any loss mitigation option. We know that working with your lender to prevent foreclosure can often be an intimidating and overwhelming task. We are here to make that process go more smoothly for you by facilitating timely and clear communication between you and your lender. While we cannot guarantee you a certain outcome, since everyone’s circumstances are different, we will work hard with you to find the best possible solution to your housing crisis.
As of June 30, 2017, Solid Ground’s Mortgage Services program closed, and we no longer accept new clients. If you are a former Solid Ground Mortgage Counseling participant and need your files transferred, please leave a message at 206.694.6768. You can also visit our Housing Resources webpage for some resources for Washington state homeowners.
Robert Graham says
I was directed to your web site because you are on a list of reverse mortgage counselors. Is that still the case and if so what is your cost for the counseling service?
Mike Buchman says
Yes, we offer reverse mortgage counseling. We don’t charge and we’re booked out until mid-late June. Call us at 206.694.6766 or toll-free at 1.866.297.4300. This is a message-only line; please leave your contact information, and an intake specialist will return your call within two business days.