Foreclosure Relief Effort Finally Kicks Off- But there’s a Catch

June 25, 2011 Posted by kingcade

A long-awaited $1 billion program designed to provide the unemployed with loans to assist them in avoiding foreclosure is finally underway. But there’s a catch: Homeowners will have only one month to apply. The new Emergency Homeowners’ Loan Program aims to help unemployed homeowners with their mortgage payments by providing zero-interest loans of up to $50,000. The program is expected to aid 30,000 borrowers, and the loans can be forgiven over five years. Homeowners will need to apply by July 22 to be eligible for the program. Borrowers must be approved by September 30. At this point, the government’s authority to make new loans will have run out, so timing is everything!

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