Are you struggling to make payments on your home? Have you stopped making payments and don’t know what to do? Get help from a trained housing counselor to understand your options.
If you are struggling to make payments on your home, call LEDC at 202-540-7401 to speak with a housing counselor. You will have more options available to you, the sooner you come to LEDC for counseling.
What We Do
LEDC’s foreclosure housing counselors work closely with struggling homeowners to understand their financial situation and help them identify their best long-term solution through group seminars and one-on-one counseling sessions.
In many cases, housing counselors work with mortgage lenders and clients to qualify for loan modifications to reduce monthly mortgage payments through federal and state housing assistance programs. In other cases, housing counselors help clients to explore other options, including short sales.
Housing counselors have developed strong relationships with lenders in the area as well as state and federal agencies that administer housing assistance programs.
What You Can Do
- Call us at 202-540-7401 or email us at [email protected]. We're ready to help you.
- Complete our Foreclosure Prevention Intake Application Package. Download it here.
- Have you been a victim of a mortgage or foreclosure scam? Have you lost thousands of dollars with no results? Report the crime to LoanScamAlert.org. Fill out the simple form and it will be reported to the appropriate state and Federal agencies.
- Learn more about your foreclosure prevention options, click here.
If you live in Virginia, the Virginia Mortgage Relief Program increased the maximum amount of assistance to eligible homeowners to $40,000 with no cap on the number of months past due. If you were previously deemed not eligible & may qualify based on this change, please contact 833-OUR-VMRP (833-687-8677) to discuss your options to appeal, or follow this link.