Foreclosure Help for Nevadans

“Working together to help neighbors recover”

Foreclosure Mediation Program


The 2009 Legislative Session established the Foreclosure Mediation Program to help keep Nevada families in their homes. The law provides for mediation as an alternative method to help parties resolve disputes by agreement with the help of trained mediators. The program is for owner-occupied residential properties that are subject to foreclosure notices filed on or after July 1, 2009. For more information, go to the Nevada Judiciary website at and click on the “Foreclosure Mediation” button.



The Nevada Department of Business and Industry has recently launched a new website: Home Means Nevada.  This site has great information for homeowners, renters, and families facing challenging home-related issues including foreclosure. Click here to visit Home Means Nevada.


Nevada's Hardest Hit Fund

Nevada has been selected to be one of the original beneficiaries of the U.S. Treasury's "Hardest Hit Fund" program.  This program is designed to assist low and moderate income Nevada families to preserve home ownership and avoid foreclosure. The fund offers four different assistance programs including mortgage assistance, principal reduction, short sale programs and second lien relief programs.
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Additional Information

Recognizing the Issues

Counseling Services

Things To Avoid

Community Outreach