Best Mortgage forbearance and COVID-19 Resources on the Internet
Resources and Strategies For Keeping Your Home During the COVID-19 Crisis

Best Mortgage forbearance and COVID-19 Resources on the Internet

We've gathered links to best information on the web on the subject of COVID-19 legislation and resources that can help you keep your home during this economic crisis. We've gathered the best stuff all into the one article. -- Bookmark this page. We will revise it as we find new sources
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Updated: 2021-12-10
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LegalConsumer.com is gathering the best, most complete, and accurate coronavirus mortgage information and resources on the web. Here's what we've found so far. 

New Free NCLC (National Consumer Law Center) Resources in Response to COVID-19

March 2022

The latest from NCLC on Covid-19 State Foreclosure Moratoriums and Stays.

December 2021

A new NCLC Digital Library article provides links to the latest COVID-related homeowner protections for different types of mortgages and homeowner financial circumstances. Links go to an extensively updated NCLC treatise chapter that, for a limited time, is free to the public.

June 2020

NCLC has been working hard to create and disseminate resources to help attorneys and consumers navigate the COVID-19 crisis, including the following:

NCLC remains committed to providing consumers and attorneys with the most up-to-date information about COVID-related consumer protections, and continues to add content to our Digital Library article on Major Protections Announced in Response to COVID-19 and the COVID-19 & Consumer Protections page on our website as new information becomes available. [more]

Consumer.law  website - COVID Mortgage pages

Source: Consumer Litigation Associates, P.C.

Consumer Litigation Associates, P.C. has represented thousands of consumers against credit reporting agencies, banks, credit card companies, debt collectors, and mortgage companies. They help consumers facing a variety of different legal issues, including: inaccuracies on their credit reports, mortgage issues, predatory loans, harassing robocalls, debt collection, and issues with automobile sales and repairs.

COVID-19 Consumer Resource Center - Mortgages

If you are not going to be able to make your monthly payment, find out what mortgage assistance is available to you. This can help you avoid foreclosure of your home, late fees and other penalties, and damage to your credit report, which could have long-lasting implications, even past the COVID-19 outbreak.


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