These first public service announcements are generic - no specific
date, place or time.Â 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.Â 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.Â 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.Â (* 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.Â We need to blanket the media with these coming events.Â 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.
OTHER ACTIVIST SUGGESTIONS
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 theÂ
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 ACCE office in your area to solicit their support.
Contact any organization on the list below** in your area.Â These
organizations all signed a March 15, 2012 letter to Demarco demanding
FHFA foreclosure policy changes - and got nothing.Â 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.Â
** 97 Orgs Demand Immediate Foreclosure Policy Changes from FHFA.Â 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 Ohioâ€™s People EPA CAN DO Fair Housing Council of San Diego Fair Housing Council of San Fernando Valley Fair Housing of Marin HomeownershipSF 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 ISAIAH 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 Peopleâ€™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. Peopleâ€™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
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.Â 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)