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Emergency Homeowners' Loan Program (EHLP) supports owners who have suffered a drop in incomes and are at greater or greater danger of enforcement due to forced redundancy or low employment, financial or health care circumstances. Claimant house owners can claim an interest-free loan that will pay part of their total home loan for up to two years or up to $50,000, whichever comes first.
Home owners are invited to pay a call to www.FindEHLP.org to find details of contacts for relevant agents, the screening worksheet in front of the applicants and further information on EHLP support and admissions. Home owners can also call the toll-free helpline -- 855-FIND-EHLP (346-3345) -- to obtain this information.
It'?s time elapsing for house owners who want to avoid enforcement.
ticks on a federal routine that offers interest-free debt to many Wisconsin home-owners who are in danger of facing forfeiture. The Wisconsin Department of Housing will provide over $51,500,000 in distress financing to help houseowners who have experienced a significant revenue cut and are in arrears with their mortgages.
Ashley Lacenski, a Coulee Cap based apartment management company in LaCrosse, says it is one of the agents chosen to manage the programme, known as the Emergency Homeowner's Loan Programme (EHLP). It says that while it will satisfy the need for some humans, it will not satisfy the need for all. "For some of the poor who have a steady income, whose spending and everything has just gone up so much that they can no longer buy their homes, we still don't meet that part of the population," says Lacenski.
"Some of the folks who are looking for work and just need to get back on their feet." The EHLP will offer some qualifying house owners interest-free, excusable bridging credits that will cover part of their total cost of their home loan for up to two years or up to $50,000 per month.
Qualifying candidates must apply for pre-screening by 22 July.