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Avoiding Foreclosure in Connecticut
Representing Yourself In Foreclosure: A Guide for Connecticut Homeowners Guide to representing yourself in foreclosure from the CT Fair Housing Center. This easy to read guide contains all samples of the court forms needed, other resources and a glossary of terms.
"My House is Being Foreclosed, What Can I Do?" (PDF en español) An easy to read, step-by-step guide on what you should do if you are facing a foreclosure. The guide provides tips on getting through the court process and has contact information for useful statewide resources. It was produced by the Legal Assistance Resource Center of Connecticut.
Connecticut Department of Banking "Avoiding Foreclosure" Website Offers advice to people falling behind on mortgage payments.
Connecticut Foreclosure Mediation Program
Federal Websites and Programs on Avoiding Foreclosure
For Connecticut Veterans: www.veterans.ct.gov
Making Home Affordable Website to help borrowers learn about the Obama administration's "Making Home Affordable" Program for refinancing and modifying mortgages.
Fannie Mae Loan Lookup Online resource to help borrowers determine whether Fannie Mae is the investor on their mortgage. Under the Obama Administrations' Making Home Affordable initiative, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will offer flexible home refinance loans for borrowers where Fannie or Freddie already own or guarantee the Loan. See if you have a Fannie or Freddie loan!
HUD Guide to Avoiding Foreclosure
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston's Consumer Resource for Mortgages and Foreclosures