Free Foreclosure Awareness Workshop

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 957 Highway 33 Hamilton NJ 08690  See map

Free Foreclosure Awareness Workshop

Presented by the Affordable Housing Alliance

On Thursday, June 7

At Hamilton Square Shopping Center


Certified counselors and staff from the affordable Housing Alliance will be available at the Mercer County Office at Hamilton Square Shopping Center, located at 957 Highway 33 in Hamilton NJ, on Thursday, June 7 from 10:00 a.m. until noon.

AHA certified foreclosure counselors as well as representatives from the Mercer County Consumer Affairs Department, the Mercer County Clerk’s Office, Foreclosure Mediation Program Administers and the Mercer County Sherriff’s Office will be on hand with helpful information for homeowners facing foreclosure.

Topics covered will include:

  • Options: What Can You Do When You Are Behind On Your Mortgage
  • Foreclosure timeline
  • Liz Pendens Notices and tips from the County
  • Homeowner Assistance Programs
  • Mediation Program
  • Modification Scams and Consumer Alerts About Other Scams
  • The Sherriff’s Role in Foreclosure
  • Life After Foreclosure

“Often homeowners wait until it is too late to take action when they are facing foreclosure,” says Stefanie Wynne, Assistant Director of Housing outreach Services. “The Affordable Housing Alliance is a non-profit organization that consumers can trust. If you are long-term unemployed or worried about paying your mortgage due to other economic hardships, we can help. We will work with homeowners to find the best possible solutions to their foreclosure situation.” 

Contact Stefanie Wynne at 732-389-2958 or email aha-fccounselor@housingall.org with questions or for more information.  


About the Affordable Housing Alliance

The Affordable Housing Alliance is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization formed in 1991 to improve the quality of life for all New Jersey residents by developing and preserving affordable housing, by providing services to maintain housing affordability, by providing housing education, and by helping communities meet their legal and moral housing obligations. To learn more, visit www.housingall.org.









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