Guest post from Delaware State Housing Director Anas Ben Addi.
Have you seen all the Sheriff Sales in the newspapers? I have, and the numbers are staggering. With the downturn in the economy over the last few years, more families than ever are losing their home to foreclosure.
If you, or someone you know, have fallen 90 days or more behind on their mortgage due to unemployment, under-employment, illness, or injury – there is help available!
Delaware State Housing Authority (DSHA) offers the Delaware Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program (DEMAP). The goal of this program is to stop foreclosure and keep families in their home. DSHA’s DEMAP program recently received a huge boost of $6 million from the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development to help even more families save their home.
I hear from many families who think they are too far behind and their home can’t be saved. Many times, that’s not the case at all.
DEMAP offers up to $50,000 to bring your mortgage, taxes and insurance current, and may be able to help make your mortgage payments for up to two years.
I know this sounds too good to be true, but it’s not! Even if you’re not sure that you will qualify, give us a call and let us try to help you. The $6 million in federal assistance is only available until September 30 – so call now!
The toll-free number is 888-363-8808, or visit www.DeStateHousing.com/SaveMyHome.