Help for low-to-moderate income homeowners. Information about predatory lending and the foreclosure crisis.
Foreclosurelaw.org provides quick facts and a summary of Michigan Foreclosure Law.
The Mortgage Bankers Association provides information about the foreclosure process and borrower options.
GreenPath Debt Solutions - 800.550.1961
Non-profit organization in Farmington Hills offering help with foreclosure prevention, repossession, and utility shutoff. Offers free debt counseling services either over the phone or in-person. Also information on loan modification scams that claim to be associated with the U.S. Dept of Housing and Urban Development.
Provides homeowners with access to many resources including timelines, counseling services, treasurer's offices, housing assistance, and advice on avoiding scams.
Hope Now - 800.995.HOPE
An alliance between HUD approved housing counselors and mortgage companies that provides free foreclosure prevention assistance.
Housing and Energy Assistance from the Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency - 248.209.2600 (Pontiac) or 248.542.5860 (Ferndale)
Offers foreclosure prevention counseling as well as home ownership counseling and assistance.
LoanSafe.org protects, strengthens and promotes homeownership by giving American homeowners the tools and help to stop foreclosure on the internet. The Loan Safe Network was formed in response to the need for a safe website/forum to improve communication and foreclosure education amongst homeowners, mortgage servicers, lenders, non-profitís and for profits.
Michigan Foreclosure Prevention Project - 734.615.2450
Collaborative statewide project from the Michigan Poverty Law Program that provides direct legal representation to homeowners facing foreclosure, support to housing counseling organizations, coordinating policy advocacy on a statewide basis, and provides training and technical support.
Suze Orman provides advice on her website to help homeowners avoid foreclosure.