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New funds have been created to help aid first time home buyers and protect those who may be in danger of losing their home via foreclosure in Virginia.
Woodbridge, VA (PRWEB) January 05, 2013
Now that the fiscal cliff is passed, even if only temporarily, people en masse have breathed a heavy sigh of relief. Still, many Americans are faced with the looming threat of foreclosure, the challenge of rebuilding their credit, or trying to make it on their own and buy their first home. First Home Alliance is a non-profit organization helping first time home buyers in Virginia as well as those who may be on the verge of losing their home.
Many will look at their finances for the upcoming year and be making decisions as to whether buying a home for the first time is a reasonable goal or not. Others are looking toward their mortgage and rates and how they can stay afloat over the next year.
Navigating the financial arena when it comes to home loans, mortgages, and foreclosures requires a certain level of skill and knowledge. For the average individual, this can be difficult to say the least. First Home Alliance is comprised of volunteers and staff with the specialized knowledge and experience to help everyday people make their way through these often time confusing documents, regulations, and negotiations.
First Home Alliance offers an independent foreclosure review in Virginia, for those who may be in need. They also work with local banks and financial institutions to help protect the interests of homeowners. Their team members can work with homeowners to find funds that can help them keep their homes in times of economic strife. There have been grants set up through government and private organizations to help individuals and families get into a new home as well as keep the home they have had for many years.
Throughout 2013, First Home Alliance will be providing aid in a variety of ways to help first time home buyers secure their new home and for existing homeowners to avoid foreclosure in Virginia. There will be a number of free seminars as well as counseling that will help homeowners and home buyers what their options are and what their rights are. Their website will include updating information, program information, seminar dates, and more helpful advice for those looking to save or buy a home in Virginia.
About First Home Alliance: First Home Alliance is a HUD approved housing counseling agency. They are a non-profit organization helping first time home buyers in Virginia as well as existing homeowners avoid foreclosure in the state.
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