Foreclosure Prevention Counseling

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Our experienced HUD certified housing counselors, nonprofit housing counselors offer free, nonjudgmental and confidential support and guidance so that you can understand your options and rights to save your home or foreclose with a plan.

  • 65% of homeowners who received foreclosure prevention counseling were able to avoid foreclosure.
  • 73% of foreclosure counseling participants learned about additional housing resources.
  • 79% of foreclosure counseling participants worked with their housing counselor to develop a customized budget to assist them in stabilizing their situation.

How an LSS HUD Certified Housing Counselor Can Assist:

  • 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 is there for you throughout the process.

Contact Us & Get Started

Woman on phoneIf you would like to learn more about the services we provide or how to start receiving support, please call 888.577.2227, email us or complete our short contact form.

Our free and confidential services are available nationwide by phone. For in-person appointments view our office locations to find a location near you!

We have counselors who are fluent in English, Spanish and Hmong. Interpretation, Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD), and TeleTYpe (TYY) services are available as needed.

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Phone, Virtual or In-Person Appointment

Call 888.577.2227 to schedule a phone or virtual appointment at a time convenient for you. Or set up an in-person appointment at one of our Minnesota locations.

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

Please note: we do not provide retirement planning services or investment advice.

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 mortgage statement.
  • Your monthly income.
  • Typical monthly expenses.
  • 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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