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 Maryland HOPE Events and Outreach Calendar

Unless otherwise indicated, the following foreclosure, housing and community opportunity events and external links listed are for informational purposes only and not a guarantee of the validity or accuracy of the information contained therein, nor constitutes an endorsement of any products or services that may be offered. Please note Emergency Mortgage Assistance events are highlighted in red.

  
  
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Tuesday, December 2, 20141:00pm - 2:00pm
MMP Seminar
 
Sponsored by:
TESST College of Technology

TESST College of Technology

Room 103

4600 Powder Mill Rd

Beltsville, MD  20705

TESST College of Technology

To introduce DHCD's programs, specifically MMP, to potential first-time homeowners.

Tuesday, December 9, 20144:00pm - 6:30pm
Holiday Gift Marketplace Event
 
Sponsored by:
Diakon Kathryn's Kloset
Baltimore Hilton Hotel
401 West Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Holiday Gift Marketplace Event
 
The Event hosts 200+ children from Baltimore City and County who will be bused to the hotel, fed a meal and then have the opportunity to chose give items from our Marketplace for themselves, a parent, sibling or guardian

Saturday, December 13, 20149:00am - 3:00pm
Mortgage Late? Don't Wait! Foreclosure Prevention workshop
 
Sponsored by:
MD Department of Housing and Community Development in partnership with Prince George's County Department of Housing & Community Development
Prince George's Sports & Learning Complex
 
8001 Sheriff Road
Landover, MD 20785

Mortgage Late? Don't Wait! Foreclosure Prevention Workshop

Workshop attendees will learn how foreclosure can be prevented. Loan servicers, Pro Bono attorneys and HUD-approved housing counselors will be on-site to speak with homeowners.

If you are interested in receiving a FREE foreclosure legal consultation at the event, please contact the Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland at 1-800-396-1274, ext. 3052 to pre-register and learn how to prepare for the consult.

Homeowners should bring the following documents (or copies) to their legal consult:

  • All paperwork related to current and former mortgages, including loan application, settlement paperwork, lender statements, and any default notices received.
  • Information about the monthly household budget (income and expenses).
  • All foreclosure notices or threats received (if any).