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KCCD Attends HOPE NOW Homeownership Fair - KCCD
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KCCD Attends HOPE NOW Homeownership Fair
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  • codiepie
  • 24, November

KCCD Attends HOPE NOW Homeownership Fair

KCCD was a participating agency at HOPE NOW’s Southern California Homeownership Fair in Monterey Park, CA on November 14, 2015. Over 100 potential home buyers attended, learning more about the home buying process, gaining valuable resources on how to purchase a home, and meeting with top industry experts in the housing and mortgage industry. Participating lenders included BANC Home Loans, Bank of America, BBVA Compass, Chase, Citi, Greenlight, HSBC Bank, Mountain West Financial, OneWest Bank, US Bank, Wells Fargo, among others. In addition, those who attended had a chance to win a 55″ LED TV.

 

KCCD also presented a workshop during the fair to over 60 attendees, providing information on the importance of housing counselors and homebuyer education, along with down payment assistance programs available locally to first-time home buyers.

 

Want to Get Started Right Now?

KCCD provides homebuyer education classes to cover a variety of topics in homeownership – such as down payment assistance, credit, budgeting, mortgage, and the home buying process. For additional information, please see our homeownership page on our website.

 

Already Own a Home but Struggling with Mortgage Payments?
Making Home Affordable program can help lower your interest and payments

KCCD provides foreclosure prevention counseling to those who are struggling to make their mortgage payments. KCCD counselors will expertly assess and look at various options, such as the Making Home Affordable program, to help homeowners stay in their homes.
KCCD also provides Keep Your Home California program assistance, providing homeowners who are unemployed up to $3,000 per month for up to twelve months of assistance, along with helping homeowners who are underwater with their homes to get a principal reduction of up to $100,000 on their mortgage.

 

Contact Us via email at info@kccd3300.org or call us at 213-985-1500 to speak with a housing specialist today.

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