After Business Struggles due to COVID-19, Calif Homeowner Unable to Make Mortgage Payments, Turns to Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates for a free legal Perm Mod

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California Homeowner Goes into Hardship after Business Struggles due to COVID-19 and Unable to Make Mortgage Payments, Now Turns to Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates for a free legal Permanent Loan Modification

The Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates helps distressed Ventura, California homeowner Robert Corrick who was unable to financially support mortgage payments after months of lender rejection. In the course of a pandemic, the Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates, a Faith Based Not for profit loss mitigation legal clinic was successfully able to reduce his interest rate and secure a permanent loan modification.

During the midst of COVID-19, Robert Corrick was financially struggling after his small business was hit from COVID and he couldn’t afford his mortgage payments. After several unsuccessful attempts getting a loan modification from his lender, his home went to foreclosure, which later followed a Trustee sale date. Trembled and distraught, Mr. Corrick turned to the NonProfit Alliance of Consumer Advocates for aid in keeping his home.

The Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates is a Financial Literacy division of the faith-based ‘Serve All Help All’ and holds a 501 C3 credential issued by the Federal Government.

Volunteer Advocate, Ricardo, worked endlessly with Mr. Corrick to get him temporary trial payment suitable for his current financial situation. After the team was successful stopping the last minute trustee sale of the lender they were able to reduce the mortgage interest from 3.5% to 2.75%, and secured a sustainable payment for Mr. Corrick.

The Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates main goal is to properly inform you of all viable options available to you to avoid continued hardship that can result in foreclosure. To provide you with enough information and resources to make the best long-term decision for you and your family. For assistance call (855) NACA-HELP (855) 622-2435 or visit them at http://www.NacaLaw.org

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