Washington Homeowner’s Property Goes into Foreclosure, On Brink of Trustee Sale, Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates Steps in to save home with a Loan Modification

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Once again the Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates aids Homeowner Jovi Ramos in midst of a pandemic. After years of owning her home, due to a series of unfortunate life events, Mrs. Ramos was not able to pay her mortgage payments for over 8 months.

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Dealing with financial hardship after her father’s passing and helping her mother with rent and other monetary expenses, Mrs. Ramos was not able to sustain her mortgage payments. After 8 months of not paying her mortgage, her lender put her house in foreclosure with a sale date 7/26/2020. Mrs. Ramos attempted to ask the lender for a loan modification but was unsuccessful. Distraught and devastated, Mrs. Ramos turned to the Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates for guidance in saving her home.

The Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates, a Loss Mitigation Legal Clinic, through its Senior Legal Services Director Attorney Peter Nisson, focuses on helping struggling homeowners avoid from becoming homeless through foreclosure by offering completely free legal Loan Modification assistance as well as supplemental expert Loss Mitigation strategies.

The Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates is also a Financial Literacy division of the faith-based ‘Serve All Help All’ and holds a Federal Governments granted 501 C3 credential issued in 2007. Advocate Ashlee Huston, a volunteer team member of the Nonprofit Alliance, stepped in for Mrs. Ramos to help save her home securing a Loan Modification although previously denied.

The Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates also helps those already homeless by asking its clients to voluntarily donate bags of canned goods and nonperishables in exchange for its completely free foreclosure defense assistance and make voluntary donations to Veterans OC outreach upon being successful in obtaining their clients a loan modification. Veterans OC helps feed and house homeless U.S. Veterans. Some of those U.S vets were previously homeless and now employed through the Nonprofit clinic.

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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