Foreclosure Prevention

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Are you struggling to make your mortgage payment? 64 percent of homeowners who receive housing counseling services are able to avoid foreclosure. Waiting limits your options. Call today to talk with a trusted, local, nonprofit housing counselor today.

How an LSS Housing Counselor can help:

  • Provide free, confidential and nonjudgmental assistance
  • Review your current finances and give you a clear idea of your options and eligibility for a mortgage modification
  • Work with you to submit paperwork to your mortgage company to apply for a mortgage modification
  • Be sure you are taking advantage of available government programs to save your home
  • Help you postpone your sheriff's sale so you have more time to work out a solution with your lender
  • Answer questions and assist you throughout the process

Get started today!

Foreclosure counseling is free and confidential. Choose the best option for you:

Over the phone logo.Phone or In Person Appointment

Call 888.577.2227
Schedule a phone appointment at a time convenient for you or an office appointment at one of our Minnesota or Wisconsin locations.

Please note: to limit the spread of the coronavirus, we are currently offering phone appointments only. We will reintroduce in-person appointments at a later date.

What do I need for counseling?

In order for your financial counseling session to be most productive, it is helpful to have the following information available:

  • Your monthly income
  • Typical monthly expenses
  • Statements from your creditors.
  • Any other information you believe would be helpful in understanding your financial situation.

Don't have everything? Don't worry. Call us and we help guide you through the process.

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