If you are struggling with your mortgage, we can help.
If you are one of the many Americans in need of mortgage assistance or have questions on how to stop foreclosure on your home, we may be able to help you get back on your financial feet and, hopefully, avoid foreclosure. We are the Homeownership Preservation Foundation, the people behind the national Homeowner's HOPE Hotline at 888-995-HOPE.
Homeowners with financial worries call us around the clock every day for free, reliable mortgage-related information and foreclosure avoidance guidance. Our trained housing counselors are there 24/7 to provide assistance in 170 languages. They can answer foreclosure prevention questions, explain available state and Federal government mortgage relief programs, help with budget questions, and even get on the phone with you and your lender to help you have an easier conversation with them about your circumstances and discuss options available to you.
More than six million homeowners have called our Hotline since 2007 and our track record speaks for itself — seventy percent of callers report they are still in their homes one year later. Unfortunately, we can't always help to stop foreclosure. When continued homeownership is not practical, our counselors can help determine whether there are alternatives to foreclosure that would allow the homeowner a graceful exit from their mortgage obligations.
HPF is an independent, nonprofit organization that is partnered with, and endorsed by, numerous major government agencies, including the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of the Treasury, as well as others on the frontlines of the country’s housing crisis, including Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and NeighborWorks America, among others.
- Homeownership Preservation Foundation Expands Board of Directors With Appointment of Janneke Ratcliffe
- Homeownership Preservation Foundation Provides Guidance to Federal Employees Anticipating Mortgage Challenges Due to Government Shutdown-Related Loss of Income
- Homeownership Preservation Foundation Awarded $250,000 Grant from Bank of America