Foreclosure Help- Counseling Services

“Working together to help neighbors recover”

What type of help can a homeowner expect to get from a counseling service and why is it such an important first step?

The HUD certified counselors review the home owner’s overall financial situation and then guide them to the solution that best suits their individual situation. Everything from assisting homeowners in reviewing their monthly budget to determining whether loan modification or other options are appropriate. They also assist the homeowner in submitting the required documentation to the homeowner’s lenders. They can guide them through the entire process including credit repair. It’s important to note that every individual or family’s situation is unique and it takes a trained counselor to look at the situation and discuss with the homeowner their options.

Is there help for homeowners who have already gone through foreclosure and need help getting back on track?

Many of the counseling agencies, as well as credit counseling agencies, can assist homeowners to get back on track with a budget and the steps to take to repair their credit. Their goal is to have these people become homeowners again in the future.

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HUD Approved Counseling Agencies 

Consumer Credit Affiliates
3100 Mill Street, Ste. 111, Reno, NV 89502
775-337-6363
www.ccanevada.org
cca@ccanevada.org 

Nevada Legal Services
650 Tahoe Street, Reno, NV 89509
775-284-3491
www.nlslaw.net

NID Housing Counseling Agency
1000 Bible Way, Ste. 72, Reno, NV 89501
775-322-5695
www.nidonline.org
help@teamworknevada.org

Washoe County Senior Law Project
1155 E. Ninth Street, Reno, NV 89512
775-328-2592
www.washoecounty.us/seniorsrv/legal/srhousing.htm
slawproj@washoecounty.us


Other HUD approved Credit Counselors in the State of Nevada can be found at: www.hud.gov

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Types of documents you will need to locate and bring to your appointment:

  • Any correspondence from the mortgage company or its attorney, even if it’s unopened
  • Any documentation from the courts or the sheriff regarding a foreclosure
  • Most recent pay stubs for all employment
  • Last two months of all bank stat ements (all pages)
  • Last year’s federal income tax return
  • Property tax bill
  • Copy of all household bills, (ie.car payment, insurance, utility bills, credit card bills)
  • Hardship Letter