Same Day Mortgage Modifications at NACA’s Save the Dream Event in Charlotte Dec. 3rd – 7th

(Charlotte, NC) — While the Obama administration’s plan to help homeowners avoid foreclosure is failing, NACA’s Save the Dream Tour has been one shining light in the mortgage crisis.  At 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday December 1st , at NACA’s Counseling Center located at 5855 Executive Center Drive, 2sd Floor,  NACA’s CEO Bruce Marks, along with homeowners previously helped in the program, will announce the Save the Dream Tour’s arrival in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Les événements Save the Dream de la NACA sont incroyables avec des milliers de personnes dont les paiements hypothécaires sont réduits de façon permanente de plus de $500 et beaucoup de plus de $1 000 par mois, souvent avec des taux d'intérêt réduits à 3% ou 2% et parfois une réduction du capital. Beaucoup seront faits le même jour. Nous attendons plus de 50 000 propriétaires pendant les cinq jours. Il y aura plus de 350 conseillers NACA pour déterminer un paiement hypothécaire abordable pour l'emprunteur, et des centaines d'employés de tous les principaux prêteurs pour traiter et approuver les solutions. NACA a des contrats juridiquement contraignants avec tous les principaux prêteurs/services, y compris Fannie Mae et Freddie Mac. Tous les services de la NACA sont GRATUITS.

“NACA has shown that permanent modifications for tens of thousands of borrowers are possible when you provide lenders with the proper tools and require them to make mortgages affordable.” says Bruce Marks NACA CEO.  “President Obama needs to stop pleading, begging, bribing and now shaming the lenders to do what they should be required to do.  We invite the Treasury Department to visit the Charlotte and the New York City event the following week to witness the NACA solution to the foreclosure crisis in person.”.

The Save the Dream event takes place at The Park, formally known as the Merchandise Mart, in Charlotte for five days from Thursday, December 3rd through Monday December 7e from 9 am to 8 pm each day.  The tour continues to New York City’s Javits Center from Friday December 11e through Monday December 15e.  

The incredible success of NACA and its Save the Dream Tour was featured recently on the CBS Evening News and on ABC’s Nightline as well as on National Public Radio.

All of NACA’s services are free. Homeowners drive and fly from long distances to attend these extraordinary Save the Dream events. Anyone interested in attending the Save the Dream event Thursday December 3rd through Monday the 7th can pre-register at; or register by calling toll-free (888) 499-6222. Walk-ins are welcome.
About the Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (
Founded in 1988, NACA is a national non-profit community advocacy and homeownership organization headquartered in Boston. Through its 38 offices nationwide and two call centers, NACA has set the national standard in restructuring thousands of mortgages to what the homeowners can afford as well as providing the best mortgage in America for homebuyers.

Des informations sur le programme et le plaidoyer de la NACA ont été présentées dans les médias nationaux et locaux. Le Boston Globe a choisi Bruce Marks, fondateur et PDG de la Neighbourhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA), comme son Bostonien de l'année 2007. L'efficacité du plaidoyer de la NACA et la fourniture de solutions d'accession à la propriété réelles et abordables pour les travailleurs sont reconnues. Bostonienne de l'année.