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Bank of America has announced a program that will let homeowners facing foreclosures stay in their homes as renters. The “Mortgage to Lease” program will start as a limited pilot program for up to 1,000 homeowners in Arizona, Nevada and New York selected by the bank. Learn how you can benefit from this program through this link www.hud.gov/offices/cpd/about/conplan/foreclosure/index.cfm.
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U.S. Department of the Treasury has approved an application by the Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA) to allocate $100 million of that state’s Hardest Hit Funds to a newly-created Mortgage Resolution Fund (MRF). MRF will use the Hardest Hit Funds to acquire defaulted mortgage loans, with a goal of modifying those loans so that existing homeowners can remain in their homes with a right-sized loan and affordable payments. Learn how it works through this link www.mortgageresolutionfund.org/.
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Currently, MRF is working with select home owners in Illinois who are in danger of losing their home to foreclosures. If you’ve received a letter notifying you that MRF has purchased your mortgage, click on the link www.nhschicago.org/site/3C/category/mortgage_resolution_fund to learn more about the program’s eligibility requirements and how to get started.