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If you’re facing foreclosure, bankruptcy, or other financial difficulties, it is important to understand your options.
Learn about the foreclosure process, find trusted resources, and explore strategies for preventing and avoiding foreclosure at our series of free, virtual townhalls.
Town halls start at 6 p.m. Zoom meeting links are added as available.
Sign language interpreter or captions via CART are available upon request, three business days’ notice requested, email email@example.com. For all other Americans with Disabilities Act accommodations, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Introduction to City and Local Resources
Meeting Recording PowerPoint Presentation(PDF, 334KB)
PowerPoint Presentation(PDF, 2MB)
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What is bankruptcy? What can you expect and where can you find help? – Tịch thu thế nợ căn nhà là gì? Bạn có thể mong đợi điều gì và bạn có thể tìm trợ giúp ở đâu?
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What is bankruptcy? What can you expect and where can you find help? – ¿Que es una quiebra hipotecaria? ¿Qué puede esperar y donde puede encontrar apoyo?
Tuesday, May 25, 2021
Foreclosure documents and paperwork to expect
Help is Available flier
Ayuda está disponible
Flier translated into American Sign Language
Flier with details and full event list(PDF, 707KB)
Denver Housing Authority website
Denver Housing Authority on Facebook
Office of Financial Empowerment Website
Department of Housing Stability (HOST) resident resources (includes eviction and rental assistance information)
Office of the Clerk and Recorder
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