FREE Loan Modification and other Options Workshop
Thursday March 8, 2012 6 pm to 8 pm
For any and all homeowners who are looking for help with their mortgage and/or property taxes.
What: FREE Workshop – Learn about Loan Modifications and Other Options
Where: Madison College (MATC) – Madison Truax Campus (near the airport)
3550 Anderson Street, Room 217 (at the top of the escalator)
(Free Parking in the Student Parking Area off Wright Street.)
When: March 8, 2012 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm (may go past 8 pm)
(Please allow time to walk from parking to the class room.)
This is a recurring workshop and takes place on the 2nd Thursday evening of every month.
Call: Reservations are appreciated but not required. Please call Bethany Nelson @ (608) 261-5677 for more information
Homeowners are rightfully frustrated with the loan modification system and need help to navigate and understand the process. Come and learn how the modification process works, why some homeowners get modifications and others do not, and what other options you might have.
Comments from homeowners attending the workshop:
· You all got straight to the point
· It was very informative and realistic
· I appreciated getting legal information on bankruptcy
· I appreciated the willingness of presenters to take questions
· It was very clear with difficult topics
· The workshop helped me identify other resources that may help my situation
· They kept it lively
Presenters: Ellen Bernards, GreenPath Debt Solutions and Co-chair of the Dane County Foreclosure Prevention Taskforce Attorney Stacia Conneely from Legal Action of Wisconsin and Attorney Patricia Hammel, Herrick & Kasdorf, LLP.
The Dane County Foreclosure Prevention Taskforce wants to make sure that homeowners have the information they need to make good decisions and get the assistance they need. We are increasing the number of workshops this year in an effort to reach more homeowners in distress. They will take place every month on the 2nd Thursday at the Madison College (formerly MATC) Truax Campus beginning February 10, 2011. A special thank you to Madison College for providing free space for these workshops.
The Dane County Foreclosure Prevention Taskforce is a coalition of government agencies, non-profit service providers and other community partners working to implement a coordinated response to the foreclosure problem in Dane County through prevention, intervention, and neighborhood stabilization effort.
If your bank or attorney has recommended that you look into a short sale of your home, we would be happy to help. For more information on Short Sales, please visit the links below: