With less than 21 days left before the year ends and national eviction protections from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) expire, a group of 24 nonprofit agencies and foundations are once again, advocating to Governor Doug Ducey to take action to curb the potential humanitarian and economic crisis that may result if an additional extension is not put in place.Continue reading
We are so grateful to those corporate businesses that are stepping up during this unprecedented time and would like to recognize and show our utmost gratitude for Wells Fargo whose funding support has allowed us to pivot our work and focus on the most pressing needs of our community. Thank you, Wells Fargo, from our entire team and the larger community that we serve.Continue reading
On #GivingTuesday 2020 this community proved that housing matters and that providing low-income seniors with safe and connected resources for enrichment in the months ahead is a priority. The residents at Silverwood Casitas THANK YOU!Continue reading
Many homeowners are experiencing financial hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic or are worried that they will experience such hardship soon. Here is a comprehensive guide for all you need to know that was issued by the Housing Finance Policy Center of the Urban Institute. The Guide to Mortgage Solutions During the COVID-19 Pandemic will help homeowners who are worried about making their mortgage payments understand what resources may be available and how to obtain it.
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It’s always important to keep an eye on your credit report to ensure there aren’t any errors or fraudulent activity. This is especially true during COVID-19 because of its impact on the economy and an increase in potential scams. As you know, your credit score is based on your credit report so you want to be sure to correct any errors as soon as possible.Continue reading
With less than ten days left before a statewide executive order for an Eviction Moratorium expires in Arizona, a group of 14 nonprofit agencies and foundations are working furiously to get Governor Doug Ducey to acknowledge the potential humanitarian and economic crisis that may result if nothing is done.Continue reading
At Family Housing Resources, our vision is a community with equal access to quality, affordable housing, and pathways to increased wealth and financial freedom. We dedicate our work to providing resources and improving access to what is a basic human right, housing.Continue reading
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If you are experiencing a hardship such as job loss, income reduction, or sickness due to COVID-19 and you are no longer able to make your mortgage payment, your mortgage servicer is available to help with mortgage relief options, including:
- Payment relief through a forbearance plan offers a reduction or suspension of your mortgage payments for up to 12 months, offered in increments of up to six months
- Late fee relief during your forbearance plan period
- Repayment options following your forbearance, including a repayment plan to catch up gradually or a permanent loan modification that aims to maintain or reduce your monthly payment
Additionally, foreclosure and eviction relief may be available through the federal CARES Act signed into law on Friday, March 27, 2020.
Contact Your Mortgage Servicer: If you’re concerned about your mortgage payments, take the first step and call your mortgage servicer—that’s the company listed on your monthly statement— to request help. Have your financial information handy when you call and note that many servicers are experiencing increased call volumes and hold times due to COVID-19.
Hello valued client. We hope you are doing well and staying safe during these difficult times. Although many businesses have had to close temporarily due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we continue to offer services to the community. You can continue to contact the main office phone number at 520-318-0993 or send an email to email@example.com for any questions or other inquiries. Voicemail and email messages will be checked and returned regularly.
Due to recent social distancing guidelines instituted by the CDC and the state of Arizona, FHR’s in-person Homebuyer Education Workshop has been suspended. Fortunately, we can offer the Homebuyer Education Workshop online at a discounted price for FHR’s clients. This online workshop, through eHome America, meets the same requirements for Down Payment Assistance that FHR’s in-person workshop provides. FHR’s in-person Homebuyer Education Workshop will return once it has been deemed safe to do so. Housing counseling appointments are also be conducted telephonically until further notice. Submission of documents can be completed electronically on FHR’s Client Portal on fhrtucson.org or via email. Thank you very much for your support and patience while we adjust to changes in operations to ensure the safety of our clients!