Ocwen Assists Nevadas Hardest Hit Homeowners

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first_img Ocwen Financial Corporation, announced on Thursday that members of the Company’s home retention team will be at an upcoming Nevada Hardest Hit Fund borrower outreach event in Las Vegas to discuss potential loan modification options with families having trouble making their mortgage payments.The event, coordinated by the Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corporation will be held from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm on Saturday, September 22, 2018 at Legacy High School in North Las Vegas. Registration for the event is not required and all services will be free.“Ocwen collaborates proactively with states to ensure that our customers are aware of the variety of mortgage assistance programs that are available,” said Jill Showell, SVP, Government and Community Relations at Ocwen. “We are excited about our ongoing work with the Nevada Hardest Hit Fund to help families access available resources and explore mortgage solutions to better afford their homes. We strongly urge Ocwen customers in Nevada to attend this event.”Nevada homeowners whose loans were serviced by Ocwen benefited from $3.6 million of Nevada Hardest Hit Fund assistance since October 2011. In an effort to increase the number of families able to access these resources, Ocwen has collaborated with the Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corporation to develop a targeted mailing campaign to share information about HHF programs with potentially eligible Ocwen customers.“Even after 10 years the impact of the financial crisis is still being felt by many homeowners across Nevada,” said Verise Campbell, CEO of the Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corporation. “Working with trusted servicers like Ocwen is critical to helping Nevada families remain in their homes and part of their community. This important event will offer borrowers the opportunity to ask questions, get answers and clearly understand their options for a possible mortgage solution to address their unique circumstance.” Ocwen Assists Nevada’s Hardest Hit Homeowners in News Sharecenter_img Nevada Ocwen 2018-09-21 Seth Welborn September 21, 2018 445 Views last_img

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