United Financial Counselors Hosts Foreclosure Prevention Seminar

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Lenders will be available to help struggling homeowners on May 17.

On May 17, United Financial Counselors, a local non-profit organization, will showcase one of its most comprehensive Free Foreclosure Prevention Seminars ever. In attendance will be Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, Fannie Mae, Ocwen Loan Servicing, Americas Servicing Company, TD Bank and other lenders to help homeowners struggling with mortgages on site. The lenders will be equipped with direct communication to underwriters that are assigned to homeowners’ files. The representatives will help to expedite mortgage modification approvals, and for some, they may be able to obtain an approval on site.

The seminar will be held at the Deerfield Double Tree by Hilton Hotel at 100 Fairway Drive, Deerfield Beach, FL 33441. The event starts at 10:30 a.m. and ends at 3 p.m. It is highly recommended that those interested in attending RSVP by calling United Financial at 877-509-3160. Additional lenders will be onsite, so attendees should call to see if their bank is going to be in attendance.

United Financial Counselors is a well-known leader in loss mitigation. United has partnered with mortgage servicers over the years to hold over 30 events that have helped thousands of homeowners. On May 17, homeowners will have the opportunity to listen in on a 30-minute seminar to learn how the approval and denial mortgage modification process works with most major lending institutions. Jason Walowitz, the finance director for United, will host these ongoing seminars starting at 10:30 a.m.

“The goal of this event is to provide free education to homeowners that is hard to come by in today’s monetary world,” says Walowitz.

After attending the workshop, homeowners will have more tools and knowledge to face their lender, along with the appropriate questions. United recommends that anyone looking to modify or refinance their loan, but is having trouble, attend this event. One hour at the event could potentially save a homeowner thousands in interest.

According to one of the nation’s largest credit bureaus, Experian, as of the first quarter of 2014, Broward County has 40,270 homes that are 30 days or more delinquent on their mortgage. The foreclosure problem in South Florida is far from over. Seminars such as these are funded by the banks and their partners to put an end to the epidemic and come to a viable solution that benefits both the homeowner and the lending institution. To register for the May 17 Free Foreclosure Prevention event, homeowners are encouraged to call United Financial Counselors at 877-509-3160.

United Financial Counselors has held several events by partnering with local municipalities in South Florida. These events have focused on foreclosure prevention, home buying education, credit management and financial coaching. Their team is made up of loan originators, real estate attorneys, CPA’s and financial counselors. This team has a vast knowledge in the real estate and credit sectors. United is a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit organization located in Hollywood, Florida. To register for the event, please contact 786-288-5320 or email Events(at)UnitedCounselors(dot)org.

About the company:

United Financial Counselors is a non-profit financial and housing counseling organization that is established and committed to raising the level of financial literacy in the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Miami Area. They want to serve the public by providing educational programs. They target their education to all ages, starting from high school teens and continuing to senior citizens. They offer assistance to all socio-economic backgrounds, including those individuals who have never had any understanding of debt, as well as those who have simply suffered an isolated but unexpected financial setback. With their help, individuals can learn how to reduce debt payments, reduce interest rates, stop fees and penalties and reestablish a responsible credit rating. United Financial Counselors is ready to help the public become more financially savvy, successful and independent.

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