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By CJ Holmes | Broker in Sonoma County, CA

Foreclosure Town Halls

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Blog Category: Home Owners For Justice.  www.HOFJ.org

This is a "heads up" about coming Foreclosure Town Halls (FTH) sponsored by Home Owners For Justice in partnership with local non-profits around the country.

Please forward this information to everyone you know.

Here is the official Foreclosure Town Hall Press Release including 20 California County Foreclosure Maps, the radio public service announcement, and the TV announcement.  Please forward to all media outlets.

These first public service announcements are generic - no specific date, place or time.  As you generate interest and get an FTH scheduled in your area, I will change the ads for your area and send new ads reflecting the date, time, and location for the FTH in your area.

Next week, 10/2, we will do another press release and new public service radio and tv announcements.  The next press release will focus on the FTH Presentation Participants* and elected officials expected to attend the first FTH in San Bernardino, Oct 13th, 1-4PM.  It would be fabulous to have other FTH's in other area scheduled prior to next week's release so those dates and times could be included.  (* Public Banking Institute, Mortgage Resolution Partners invited not yet confirmed, others to be determined.)

Please forward these press releases to every print publication, radio and TV station in your area tomorrow, Tuesday 9/25 or as soon as possible.  We need to blanket the media with these coming events.  It is imperative the public know about the Foreclosure Solutions being presented at the Town Halls and that elected officials attend to learn, ask question, and get answers.

Interview and video tape elected officials asking them if they could be counted on to attend a Foreclosure Town Hall in your area if one was scheduled, and if they would like to hear solutions to the foreclosure crisis that they could use for their county.

Call every radio and tv station in your area and insist they run the  public service announcement for free - we're non-profit, and partner with non-profits everywhere, and our communities and elected officials desperately need this information and help.

Contact the League of Women Voters in your area to solicit their support.

Contact the ACCE office in your area to solicit their support.

Contact any organization on the list below** in your area.  These organizations all signed a March 15, 2012 letter to Demarco demanding FHFA foreclosure policy changes - and got nothing.  They will definitely be supportive of this effort.

Find a place to hold an FTH and call CJ to get it on the calendar so it can be publicized. 

** 97 Orgs Demand Immediate Foreclosure Policy Changes from FHFA.  2/15/12 Letter to Demarco.
California Reinvestment Coalition
Able Works
Advocates for Neighbors, Inc.
Affordable Housing Services
Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE)
Alliance for a Just Society
Asian Inc.
Asian Law Caucus
Asian Pacific Policy and PlanningCouncil
Aspera Housing, Inc.
California Alliance for Retired Americans (CARA)
California Association for Micro Enterprise Opportunity (CAMEO)
California Capital Financial Development Corporation
California Coalition for Rural Housing
California Resources and Training (CARAT)
Causa Justa:Just Cause
Center for California Homeowner Association Law
City Heights Community Development Corporation
Civic Center Barrio Housing Corp.
Community Housing Development Corporation
Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP)
Community HousingWorks
Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto
Consumer Action
Courage Campaign
East Bay Housing Organizations
East LA Community Corporation
East Palo Alto Council of Tenants Education Fund
Empire Justice Center
Empowering and Strengthening Ohio’s People
Fair Housing Council of San Diego
Fair Housing Council of San Fernando Valley
Fair Housing of Marin
Housing California
Housing and Economic Rights Advocates
Housing Resource Center of Monterey County
Housing Rights Center of Los Angeles
Housing Rights Committee of San Francisco
Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board
Jewish Community Action
Korean Churches for Community Development
LA Voice
Law Foundation of Silicon Valley
Little Tokyo Service Center
Los Angeles Neighborhood Housing Services
Massachusetts Communities Action Network
Mission Economic Development Agency
Montebello Housing Development Corporation
Multi Cultural Real Estate Alliance for Urban Change
National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA)
National Council of La Raza (NCLR)
National Housing Law Project
National People’s Action (NPA)
Neighborhood Economic Development Advocacy Project (NEDAP)
Neighborhood Housing Services of the Inland Empire
New Bottom Line
New Jersey Citizen Action
Non Profit Housing Association of Northern California (NPH)
Nueva Esparanza
Ohio Fair Lending
Operation HOPE
Opportunity Fund
Orange County Community Housing Corp.
Pacific Asian Consortium in Employment (PACE)
Partners In Community Building, Inc.
People’s Self-Help Housing Corporation
Philadelphia Unemployment Project
PICO California
Project Sentinel
Public Counsel
Regional Human Rights/Fair Housing Commission
Reinvestment Partners
Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center
Rural Community Assistance Corporation
Sacramento Housing Alliance
Sacramento Mutual Housing Association
San Diego City-County Task Force
San Diego Home Loan Counseling and Education Center
San Diego Housing Federation
S. Hochhausen, USF School of Law
Self Help Enterprises
South County Housing
Southern California Association of Non-Profit Housing (SCANPH)
STAND Affordable Housing
Strategic Actions for a Just Economy (SAJE)
Sustainable Economic Solutions
Tenants Together
Unity Council
Valley Economic Development Center
Vermont Slauson EDC
Visionary Home Builders
Watts/Century Latino Organization
Western Center on Law & Poverty
Yolo Mutual Housing Association

CJ Holmes, real estate investor since 1977, broker since 2005, and market analyst since 2007, has personally handled hundreds of transactions, viewed thousands of properties, and dealt with countless agents.  She also owns a portfolio of income producing properties, and has developed unique market analyses to determine and predict price trends, which principles apply to markets nationwide. She recently founded Home Owners For Justice and can be contacted at (707) 578-5727, cjholmes@cjholmes.com, www.cjholmes.com, or www.HOFJ.org

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