Save Your Home at Free Chicago Mortgage Event

July 27, 2011

Are your mortgage payments overwhelming? How would you like some free help to get them lowered?

You can potentially save your metro Chicago real estate at the NACA’s Save-The-Dream Event that’s coming to Chicago this week.

The Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA), a non-profit, HUD-Certified organization, is the largest and most effective group at restructuring mortgages to an affordable payment.

NACA has assisted homeowners in saving more than $500 month — in some cases over $1,000 a month — by reducing their mortgage interest rate to as low as 2 percent. Sometimes, the group can even reduce the principal.

The organization has legally binding contracts with all major lendors and investors, so the changes that are made will be permanent.

Hundreds of representatives will be on-hand for the NACA’s Save-The-Dream Event from Thursday through Monday at the Donald E. Stevens Convention Center in Chicago.

If you live in a home with an unaffordable mortgage and don’t own another house, you should attend this event, regardless of whether you are current on your payments or nearing foreclosure, regardless of where your property is or how much it is worth, and regardless of whether or not you’re employed.

At the event, you will participate in a four-step process:

1. Orientation

2. Counseling session

3. Meet your lender

4. Solutions

You could very well walk out of there with a new mortgage and a new lease on life.

What to bring, if possible:

*2010 tax return

*Mortgage statement

*Property tax statement

*Property insurance

*Verification of Income, including pay stubs or six months of bank statements if you are self-employed.

*Photo identification

You can register in advance, but walk-ins are also welcome.

What: NACA’s Save-The-Dream Event

When: Thursday, July 28 through Monday, August 1; 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Where: Donald E. Stevens Convention Center, 5555 N. River Road, Chicago

Register: At naca.com or by calling (888) 499-6222. Remember, walk-ins are welcome.

Good luck!

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