Fannie Mae, the nationwide mortgage company, opened Philadelphia Mortgage Help Center 2 days ago to provide free education and counseling to Philadelphia residents with foreclosure issues. The Center was developed in partnership with Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Delaware Valley, local community and elected officials, and area mortgage servicers.
The center is located at 399 Franklin Mills Circle in the Northeast and is the latest of nine to open across the country. The services are available only for homeowners with a mortgage owned by Fannie Mae and require an appointment, which can be made by calling 866-442-8570.
Services available at the Center include one-on-one consultations with experienced housing counselors to review mortgage loans and financing options, explain the range of options available, and help borrowers apply for loan workouts and other alternatives to foreclosure. Services are available in both English and Spanish.
“Philadelphia’s nationally recognized Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention Program has already saved more than 3,000 homeowners from foreclosure,” says Mayor Michael A. Nutter. “We welcome Fannie Mae to our region and are pleased to have another partner in the fight to keep Philadelphia families in their homes.”
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