Home foreclosure rescue fair stops in Stockton July 8-9 | Business
STOCKTON - In a continued commitment to assist multicultural homeowners in neighborhoods hardest hit by the foreclosure crisis, the Alliance for Stabilizing our Communities will return to the Stockton area to host a Home Rescue Fair to assist households at risk of foreclosure. Counseling services, foreclosure prevention workshops, in-language assistance, as well as information from a variety of local social service organizations will be available to all who attend, a press release announced.
The Rescue Fair will take place at the Stockton Hilton, 2323 Grand Canal Boulevard:
- Friday, July 8 from 4-8 p.m.
- Saturday, July 9 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Attendees will benefit from:
- One-on-one sessions with a loan specialist
- HUD approved housing counselors and attorneys
- Foreclosure prevention and credit card management workshops
Local non-profit housing developer Visionary Home Builders will also be organizing social service agencies to participate at the rescue fair. The valuable information and services these local agencies can provide to those already struggling with foreclosure issues, will provide tools for attendees to gain information that can impact all areas of their lives. These social service organizations include: Emergency Food Bank of Stockton; Catholic Charities; Community Partnership for Families; El Concilio; NeighborWorks HomeOwnership and Clear Point Credit Counseling Solutions.
Visionary Home Builders of California, Inc., based in Stockton, CA is the local partner for this event.
For further information on attending the Rescue Fair contact the Homeownership Rental Center at Visionary Home Builders at (209) 461-2118.
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