About Retention Advocacy Group
At Retention Advocacy Group, our aim is to help those American families in the process of experiencing financial hardship and likely to face foreclosure or eviction in the future.
Since you have made your way to our website, there is a great chance that you and your family are experiencing difficult times. Many homeowners are in the exact same position and have great difficulty in meeting their mortgage commitment each month.
Our company has the ability to give expert advice and guidance on a comprehensive suite of financial solutions that have been made available by the government, which has the potential to give your family the financial assistance it needs. But because there is variety of federally funded programs with their own specific eligibility requirements, it can be difficult to determine which is the most appropriate for your specific situation.
By contacting our knowledgeable, experienced, and helpful counselors, we can go over our client’s details and give advice on the most effective course of action to help avoid the loss of their home. Providing the homeowner who is currently experiencing a financial hardship is able to meet the stipulated criteria for the program it is possible to apply for a finance package that can help to modify the mortgage payments and make sure it is easiy to meet payments in the future.
With the right course of action it is possible for our company to help prevent the possibility of foreclosure and preserve homeownership. Contact us at (844) 878-7879 to discuss the assistance programs.
U.S. IDENTIFYING PEOPLE TO TARGET FOR ROLE IN MORTGAGE CRISIS
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said on Tuesday he has given federal prosecutors a 90-day deadline to decide whether they can bring cases against individuals for their roles in the 2008 financial crisis.
U.S. FORECLOSURE ACTIVITY RISES 5% IN JANUARY: REALTYTRAC
The number of U.S. properties in foreclosure upon rose 5 percent in January, driven by a jump in bank repossessions, real estate data firm RealtyTrac said on Thursday.
The Making Home Affordable Program (MHA) is a critical part of the Obama Administration’s broad strategy to help homeowners avoid foreclosure, stabilize the country’s housing market and improve the nation’s economy. You may now be eligible for:
- Principal Reduction Programs
- Lower Interest Rate
- Lower Mortgage Payment
- Second Mortgage Consolidation
- Oscar Delgado. Fleming Island, FL
“I originally was referred to this service by a colleague , however I was still skeptical because I was not able to get a modification for myself through the bank. After Advocates of America got in contact with the bank, I was approved within 40 days for a reduction of payment by $553.43 and interest rate dropped from 6.5 to a 4.125%. They were professional and assertive through out the entire process , I have and I will be referring more friends and family to this place if they ever needed it!”
- David Still. Tulsa, OK
I am deeply grateful for the men and women that assisted me during this extremely stressful time of almost losing the home I raised my family in for 35 years. I am a veteran and advocates of america made sure that my home was protected, they stopped my sale date, handled all the tedious document prepping, and negotiated on my behalf . I cant thank them enough , thank YOU !
- Christine B. Providence, RI
Thank you for working with me and assisting with my situation. I was very satisfied with Advocates of America and would definitely recommend your services. Cam was extremely helpful and did a wonderful job of keeping me updated with my case. I felt he went above and beyond to work with me; his pleasant tone and helpfulness made a difficult situation easier to deal with. He is truly an asset to your organization.