help managing mortgage & finances
The State Home Foreclosure Prevention Project
This program is geared at preventing foreclosures; it offers housing counseling, assistance working with your mortgage servicer, and access to legal services. Services are free, and there are no credit restrictions. Statewide, call 1-888-422-8188, Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm.
HUD Certified Housing Counseling
A HUD-approved housing counselor is specially trained and certified by the government to help you assess your financial situation, evaluate options if you are having trouble paying your mortgage loan, and make a plan to get you help with your mortgage. You may access foreclosure prevention services free of charge.
Western Piedmont Counsel of Governments
CCCS of Catawba Valley
Consumer Credit Counseling of Catawba Valley
Offers free, confidential financial counseling. Services include: Comprehensive Financial Evaluation, Budget Counseling, Credit Counseling, Debt Management, Housing Counseling, Pre and Post Bankruptcy Counseling, Consumer Education.
For a FREE financial evaluation, visit www.sharpentoday.org Click on Take MyMoneyCheckUp. Then call CCCS of Catawba Valley at 828-322-7161 to schedule a FREE appointment with a Certified Financial Professional for a personal financial review.
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Free financial counseling around budgeting and money management.
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