Dec 122013

Are you worried about making loan payments on your house? Have you fallen behind, and are struggling to get back on track? Or are you preparing to buy, but unsure how you’ll finance every penny of your new home? Neighborhood Housing Services New Orleans announces its new, federally-sponsored Making Home Affordable loan program for homeowners just like you. Secure, confidential, and comprehensive!

On the backing of the federal Making Home Affordable program, under the Department of Treasury’s Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), NHS NOLA is now acting as an intermediary for homeowners looking to refinance their mortgage payments. If you’ve fallen behind, or are worried about future payments, NHS NOLA can help you refinance your home at lower, more affordable rates and, where applicable, expand the terms of your mortgage.

“The rewarding thing for us,” Cassandra Roumo of NHS NOLA says, “is that this program is directly able to help people save their homes.”

NHS NOLA has already helped numerous families in the greater New Orleans area, at every stage of the homebuying process – from the first time they laid eyes on the property to the day they walked through the door of their new home. NHS also serves as a financial planner, making suggestions on bills and creating a customized financial plan specifically for you and your family.

Due to federal requirements, this program is available only until December 31st, 2013, so don’t wait until the last minute to sign up. Call NHS NOLA at 504.899.5900 today for more information or to schedule a free appointment with a home counselor to discuss your options.

Founded in 1976, and located at 4528 Freret, NHS NOLA has been providing comprehensive services for first-time homebuyers and existing homeowners through counseling, classroom training, and construction management services. Visit the NHS NOLA website for more details.

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