Free Homeowner Assistance Event Planned for Saturday

Friday, May 31, 2013

Parkview Services of Washington is working with Fannie Mae to provide homeowners struggling with their mortgage payments with a unique opportunity to get information and help.

This free mortgage assistance event is scheduled for Saturday, June 1, 2013, from 9am to 2pm at:
HYATT House Seattle/Bellevue
        3244 139th Avenue SE
         Bellevue, WA 98005

Meet with Fannie Mae representatives and Parkview Services’ HUD-approved counselors to review your specific mortgage situation and discuss options that may be available.

Options to avoid foreclosure may include loan modifications, repayment and forbearance plans, Short Sales or Mortgage ReleaseTM (Deed-in-Lieu of Foreclosure).

Is your loan owned by Fannie Mae? Find out.
If you are a Fannie Mae homeowner, you can register for this event by calling toll-free 855-349-2293 or by visiting this website.  

To determine if Fannie Mae owns your loan, visit this website

If you use the Fannie Mae lookup tool (above) and determine your loan is not owned by Fannie Mae, you can call Parkview Services at 206-542-6644 to get assistance with your mortgage. Your servicer can have another name and it can still be a Fannie Mae owned loan, so go ahead and check.

“My Parkview Services housing counselor was a lifesaver.  He basically saved me, saved our house, saved our family, even saved us from divorce, since the stress was causing us such issues. From the day I came there Parkview Services helped me out, and our counselor started on the first day and helped me through to the very end.  There are no words to say how much he did for us and how much he helped us.”
--B. A., Shoreline (signed letter on file)
Parkview Services is a HUD-approved non-profit Housing Counseling Agency serving Washington State residents in areas of foreclosure prevention and default counseling while also providing housing for persons with disabilities.


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