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Save My Home Hotline

Find out how to save your home now

Are you having trouble paying your mortgage? Get a free, confidential talk with a housing counselor.

The Union Plus Save My Home Hotline is provided through the non-profit Money Management International (MMI).

Speak with a HUD-certified housing counselor

Are you a homeowner facing financial trouble that may make you fall behind on your mortgage payments or worried that the next change in your adjustable rate mortgage (ARM) will put payments out of reach? The Union Plus Save My Home Hotline may be able to help. 

Arrange for a confidential, free consultation with expert housing counselors who can provide advice, help you find answers and develop an action plan to get your financial house in order.  

Call 866-490-5361 any time day or night, or visit one of the 100+ local offices in 22 states and the District of Columbia for face-to-face counseling.

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How does the Save My Home Hotline work?

Fully-trained, HUD-certified counselors will discuss your individual situation and offer advice and guidance that is personalized for your situation.  

Save My Home Hotline Counselors can: 

  • Provide a free budget and spending analysis to assess your current financial situation. 

  • Explain how best to work with your lender and understand all of the options available to help you retain your home and prevent foreclosure. 

  • Protect you from future credit problems before you get too far behind on mortgage payments. 

  • Provide a written plan of action you can follow. 

  • Offer referrals to other resources, including credit and bankruptcy counseling, if appropriate. 

FAQ

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Need help?

If you have questions, send an email to: grants@unionplus.org

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