Friday, March 25, 2016
This workshop is open to all Washington residents who are currently in foreclosure or at-risk of mortgage default.
To schedule an appointment to meet with a housing counselor during this event, homeowners may call 206-542-6644.
Parkview Services’ HUD approved housing counselors and Wells Fargo Bank representatives will be available to review mortgage documents for possible home loan modifications and other work out options, such as reinstatement, forbearance, short sale and deed-in-lieu.
The one-day event will take place at Parkview Services, located at 17544 Midvale Ave N Suite LL, Shoreline 98133.
Homeowners must bring any notices they have received, such as Notice of Default or Notice of Trustee Sale in order to expedite the review process.
“Outreach is essential to connecting people with the right resources to help them get back on track. We are excited to partner with Wells Fargo to help struggling homeowners in Washington,” says Parkview Executive Director, Marc Cote.
“Our Mortgage Default Program is designed to educate and empower homeowners. By hosting outreach events like this one, Parkview Services and Wells Fargo work together to maximize the likelihood that a homeowner will achieve a sustainable resolution to their financial crisis.”
While it is recommended to attend the event in-person, Parkview will offer phone appointments to take place the following week for those unable to make it on 4/14.
Since 1967, Parkview Services has created inclusive housing solutions that promote stability, opportunity and community. More information about the Parkview Services Mortgage Default Program here.