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Senator Price, Joins with Major Banks to Aid 26th District Homeowners in Crisis
By Sentinel News Service
Published November 19, 2009

Senator Price, Joins with Major Banks to Aid 26th District Homeowners in Crisis

Senator Curren D. Price, Jr. will join forces with Bank of America and Chase on Saturday, November 21, 2009 to come to the aid of thousands of 26th District homeowners who could lose their homes to foreclosure.

Senator Price hosts ‘Making Your Home Affordable’ to offer direct assistance from mortgage lenders to homeowners. This all day event will start at 10:00 am at the California Science Center, Wallis Annenberg Building (700 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles, California 90037).

The home mortgage assistance event is free. No appointments are necessary. Certified housing counselors and mortgage loan servicers will provide advice, counseling and assistance at the event.

Senator Price said, “We want to keep 26th District homeowners and their families in their homes. If you live in the 26th District and you are having trouble paying your mortgage or you have received a notice of loan default, I strongly urge you to attend our ‘Making Your Home Affordable’ event.”

Bank of America Home Loans (formerly Countrywide Home Loans) and Chase will have representatives at the event to consider and approve loan modifications. For more information on this event, call (213) 745-6656.

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