Foreclosure prevention changes might help Ohio

by McCarthy Law Offices on February 4, 2012

Ohio’s foreclosure prevention program has made changes aimed at helping more struggling owners remain in their homes. The Ohio Housing Finance Agency, which administers the “Restoring Stability” program, said the recently amended guidelines could make more people eligible for mortgage assistance. The program helps people who are unemployed or facing other financial strains, such as reduced wages or work hours, increased medical expenses, or the death of a spouse. http://www.lancastereaglegazette.com/article/20120116/NEWS01/201160308/Foreclosure-prevention-changes-might-help-Ohio

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