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  • Mary K. Lenahan, J.D., Realtor

NACA Save the Dream Event at Los Angeles Convention Center Feb.16-20, 2012


Pasadena, CA Home in Historic Highlands Neighborhood

Pasadena, CA Home in Historic Highlands Neighborhood

Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA) is a non-profit HUD Certified Mortgage Counseling Agency which represents itself to be the largest and most effective advocate for homeowners in the country.   NACA’s Save the Dream Event is a multi-day loan modification event that tours the country.    Most major servicers and  lenders such as Bank of America, CitiMortgage, Wells Fargo, and Chase participate in NACA’s Save the Dream events.

In addition to loan modifications, NACA offers future home buyers mortgages at incredible terms such as no down payment, no closing costs, and low  interest rates, even if your credit is not perfect.

NACA’s Los Angeles California Save the Dream Event  is scheduled as follows:

To learn about the NACA loan modification services and find out what you should bring, see Loan Modifications – NACA’s Save the Dream Tour – Who Qualifies – What to Bring.

For VIP treatment and counselling on your loan modification, be a NACA volunteer.  NACA relies upon hundreds of volunteers each day  to help at the events.

By volunteering, not only do you help  many others get help with their mortgage problems, but you also receive “VIP” status to speak to a NACA  Counselor on your mortgage issue.

For more information on volunteering see attached NACA Los Angeles Save the Dream Flyer  and attend the Volunteer meeting on Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 6pm at the LA Convention Center.    Contact information:  Lucia Gutierrez at lgutierrez@naca.com and Linda Moten, lmoten@naca.com.

For NACA’s Save the Dream tour schedule go to NACA.com.

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