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Has your mortgage payment gotten too BIG to handle?
Have you lost your job or have your hours been cut?
Are you behind on your mortgage?
you worried about losing your home?
HELP IS AVAILABLE!
For more information
The Louisville Urban League’s
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Kentucky Center for African American Heritage
l Speak one-on-one with your lender
l Speak one-on-one with certified housing counselors
l Learn about the Mortgage Settlement Program
l See if you qualify for Independent Foreclosure Review
l Get legal advice
l Participate in workshops on:
Special assistance may be available if you are unemployed and receiving unemployment benefits!
Additional Information from: KY Attorney General’s Office; Legal Aid Society; Metropolitan Housing Coalition; HUD; HUD Approved Counselors; and Louisville Human Relations Commission
What to bring with you:
Your mortgage or deed of trust.
Your property deed.
All recent correspondence from the mortgage company or its attorney.
Any documentation from the courts or the sheriff regarding a foreclosure.
Proof of all sources of income (Alimony, child support, social security, etc.)
Most recent pay stubs for all employment for one month.
All bank statements for past 2 months.
List of current expenses and bills.
Complete, signed tax returns-2010 & 2011.
Utility bill showing homeowner name and property address .
Divorce decree or bankruptcy papers, if applicable.
IRS Form 4506T-EZ (Request for Transcript of Tax Return).
Information about other mortgages on your home.
If self-employed, most recent quarterly or year-to-date Profit & Loss Statement.
Louisville Urban League Mission:As an active partner, leader and catalyst we will assist African Americans, other minority groups and the disadvantaged to attain social and economic equality and stability through direct services and advocacy. The Louisville Urban League is a non-profit 501(c)3 charitable organization serving the Louisville community since 1921. The Louisville Urban League provides workforce development services, housing services, and youth development & education services to more than 12,000 annually. For more information about the League and its programs, visit www.lul.org
Louisville Urban League
1535 West Broadway, Louisville, KY 40203
(502) 585-4622 www.lul.org