Keep Your Home California tabloid appears Tuesday in Lassen County Times
July 8, 2013 — Keep Your Home California has published an eight-page tabloid about the free mortgage-assistance program. The publication will appear in the Tuesday, July 9 edition of the Lassen County Times.
Almost 25,000 hard-hit homeowners have been helped through the state-run program since February 2011. The California Housing Finance Agency received about $2 billion under the U.S. Treasury’s Hardest Hit Fund to establish the program.
Homeowners who meet certain criteria — including county-by-county income limits — are eligible to receive as much as $100,000 in principal reduction or have their mortgages covered up to $3,000 per month for nine months if they are unemployed and collecting benefits from the state Employment Development Department.
Financial hardships accepted include a job loss, a cut in pay, divorce or extraordinary medial bills, along with others.
The publication will appear in about 55 newspapers, from San Diego to Yreka, during the next several weeks.
More details are available in the tabloid, calling Keep Your Home California at (888) 954-5337 or visiting KeepYourHomeCalifornia.org.
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