Thousands of people in the St. Louis Metro Area will face foreclosure this year. Why? It might be a job loss, divorce, health crisis or a reduction in hours or salary.
For example, Helen R. and her 8 year old son have lived in their home since 2008. In June 2012, due to health issues and repeated hospitalizations Helen lost her job. She fell behind on her payments and by November had gotten a foreclosure notice in the mail. Helen R.’s Story
Beyond Housing is responding to this crisis by providing services for those currently at risk of losing their home through foreclosure.
Our trained foreclosure prevention counselors can help you:
- Understand your mortgage
- Evaluate your monthly income and expenses
- Explain options that may be available to you to help you avoid foreclosure
- Negotiate with your mortgage company to find a “work out option” to help you get through
a temporary crisis and stay in your home
- Experience a “soft landing” if you decide not to keep your home.
To make an appointment with one of our foreclosure intervention staff, please do the following:
- Complete our brief Intake Questionnaire.
- After we have determined that you are eligible for our services, we will ask you to
fill out and return a packet of forms and supporting documents.
- When we relieve a complete packet of paperwork, our Coordinator will call you to set up
an appointment for you to meet with a Foreclosure Intervention Counselor by calling 314-533-0600, ext. 22
For more information:
- Get answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) or call us at 314-533-0600, ext 22. There is no charge for this service.
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