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Here are some important information links relating to forclosure prevention, as well as credit issues and scams.

Be sure to check our Community Help section as well. There's something for everyone. 



Find a Housing Counselor
Check your local area to locate an agency in your area

Fannie Mae Mortgage Help Center
Local center that offers free assistance for homeowners with loans owned by Fannie Mae.

Does Fannie Mae own Your Loan?
The Fannie Mae Loan Lookup enables mortgage borrowers to quickly determine if Fannie Mae owns their loan by providing a street address, unit, city, state and ZIP code.

Does Freddie Mac own Your Loan?
Using a secured look-up tool below, you can quickly find out if Freddie Mac owns your loan.

Arizona Housing Counseling Collaborative (AHCC)
AHCC is a statewide association of housing advocates who are dedicated to creating affordable and sustainable homeownership opportunities for Arizona residents.

Avoiding Loan Modification and Foreclosure Scams
Don't lose your home to a foreclosure or loan modification scam! The Attorney General invites you to check out these tips and suggestions in a new brochure.

Looking for your lender or servicer?
These lenders have provided contact information for their clients who may be having difficulty making their mortgage payments.

Need Credit or Insurance?  Your credit Score Helps Determine What You’ll Pay
Ever wonder how a lender decides whether to grant you credit?  Read this information from the Federal trade Commission which explains more.

How to Dispute Credit Report Error
(requires Adobe Acrobat Reader) Information from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).  Topic include Getting your Credit Report, Disputes, and a Request form.

How To Avoid Home Foreclosure
(requires Adobe Acrobat Reader) is a resource guide by NeighborWorks® to help with tips on your foreclosure situation.

Lawyers Helping Homeowners"
Program calls upon volunteer lawyers to assist homeowners in working with their Plenders to find appropriate financial arrangements to avoid foreclosure. Keeping people in their homes helps stabilize the economy and increase family security. This initiative, coordinated by the State Bar of Arizona, the Arizona Foundation for Law Related Education, and the Arizona Supreme Court, will not save all homes from foreclosure, but will offer hope and opportunity to many who might otherwise have none.

Ten Facts for Mortgage Debt Forgiveness
If you are a homeowner whose mortgage debt is partly or entirely forgiven during tax years 2007 through 2012, you may be able to claim special tax relief and exclude the debt forgiven from your income. Here are 10 facts the IRS wants you to know about Mortgage Debt Forgiveness.

No Paws Left Behind
Help you find a home for your pet at no cost. They are a nationwide non-profit organization formed to help homeowners facing foreclosure find alternative pet housing. Whether it is temporary foster care, a No-Kill shelter or pet friendly housing options, No Paws Left Behind helps distressed borrowers with relocation options for their pets during the foreclosure process.