Foreclosure Prevention Telephone seminar, KARE-11 News provide two chances for worried homeowners to seek help this week
This week, homeowners will have two opportunities to have their questions answered from the comfort and convenience of their home. On Tuesday, the Minnesota Home Ownership Center is offering the first of its 2009 series of telephone seminars. The following evening, KARE-11 will feature a phone bank of housing counselors during its 10 pm newscast.
Telephone seminar offers homeowners chance to ask questions, find out what to do if worried about mortgage
Telephone seminars provide a convenient, private access point to information for homeowners who are worried about their mortgage and are just beginning to ask questions about their situation as well as those facing foreclosure. The telephone seminar allows people to phone in and participate anonymously from the privacy of their home, work or car. The seminar format is similar to a radio call-in show, including informational segments and questions from callers.
The telephone seminar will take place on:
Tuesday, February 10 from 7:00 to 8:00 pm.
Call in number: (888) 886-6603
Those interested in participating can call in anytime between 7:00 and 8:00 pm
Housing counselors available during KARE-11 news
On Wednesday, February 11, housing counselors will be taking calls during the 10 pm newscast of KARE-11. Phone lines will be open during the entire broadcast. The phone number will be announced throughout the newscast, which will also feature a segment about a homeowner who successfully averted foreclosure by working with one of the Minnesota Home Ownership Center's counseling agencies.
For more information about the telephone seminar or KARE-11 segment, call 651-659-9336 or visit www.hocmn.org.