Stop Foreclosure Now! Forum to be Held March 18 in West Denver
(DENVER) The City and County of Denver and the Federal Housing Administration will be hosting an informational forum for concerned homeowners who are hard pressed making housing payments or facing foreclosure.
The Stop Foreclosure Now! open forum will be an opportunity to inform homeowners and concerned citizens about viable resources which could make a difference between losing a home to foreclosure and continuing as a thriving homeowner.
The forum will take place March 18, at 6:30 p.m., at Invesco Field at Mile High. Following an informational session, HUD-approved housing counselors and lenders will be on hand to meet individually with people who wish to speak about their personal situation. Those who wish to discuss their specific plight at a one-on-one session should know who their lender is, how long they have been delinquent and their type of mortgage.
For more call 720-913-1530. For those with foreclosure-specific questions, call the Colorado Foreclosure Hotline at 1-877-601-HOPE.
Hosts for the Stop Foreclosure Now! forum are: Denver Office of Economic Development; Denver City Council Members Rick Garcia, Paul Lopez and Judy Montero; U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Federal Housing Administration; City of Aurora; Northeast Denver Housing Center; Brothers Redevelopment, Inc.; Colorado Department of Local Affairs, Division of Housing; Colorado Housing Assistance Corporation; Colorado Housing Counseling Coalition; Del Norte Neighborhood Development Corporation; Rocky Mountain Mutual Housing; Southwest Improvement Council and the Adams County Housing Authority.
Free parking will be available in Lot L. Directions: Enter the free parking Lot L on the east side of the stadium off Bryant Street. Go to the north loading dock area below Gate 5 and check in with security. You will be directed to the Media Photographers Workroom for the meeting.
The Denver Office of Economic Development works to create a local environment that stimulates balanced economic growth through job creation, business assistance, housing options and neighborhood redevelopment.