The credit crisis is about sub-lenders not sub-prime borrowers. The homeowner’s loans can and must be made affordable to prevent a further disaster.
Governor Patrick’s announcement today essentially establishes a moratorium on foreclosures.
Thousands of supbrime victims will be responding to NACA’s nationwide Call to Action by meeting at NACA’s 30 offices
NACA remains the only organization to step up to help the victims with a one billion dollar refinance program to save thousands of homeowners from foreclosure. “
NACA says there is hope if your losing your home or if you have a mortgage that is unaffordable. NACA is committing to help people who have predatory loans or unaffordable mortgages and get them into loans they can afford.
Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (“NACA”) will announce a commitment of One Billion dollars to rescue the victims of predatory lenders and to organize victims to stop the foreclosures and make them whole.
Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA), will unveil the first national initiative to assist victims of the recent subprime lending crisis.
Bank of America and NACA Announce historic mortgage commitment and unveil state of the art technology to implement this nationwide commitment
Citigroup And Naca Announce The Largest Nationwide Affordable Mortgage Commitment In American History
Citigroup and the Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (“NACA”) will announce the commitment of $3 Billion by CitiMortgage to NACA’s Best in America home ownership program nationwide, the largest such commitment in history. The announcement will be made in front of thousands of working people attending a NACA home buyer’s workshop, the first step in the home buying process.
Citigroup, and the Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (“NACA”), one of the country’s largest housing services organizations, announced today a $3 billion ten-year commitment to affordable mortgage lending. These mortgages will be available to moderate- and low-income borrowers who graduate from NACA’s financial education and preparedness program.