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NACA Organizes Five-Day Event to Help Homeowners Lower Mortgage Payments



    (Published Thursday, March 7, 2013)

    Hundreds of bank representatives and counselors will be at in Miami on Thursday for a five-day event to help homeowners with mortgages they cannot afford.

    The free event is organized by the Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America and walk-ins are accepted.

    People were already lining up early Wednesday.

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    It is being hosted at the the James L. Knight International Center in Miami from 8 .am. to 6 p.m. every day through March 11.

    Homeowners will have a chance to lower their montly payments and new buyers have a chance to get a better mortgage.

    NACA says it helps homeowners save between $500 adn $1,000 from their montly mortgage payment. 

     "I know this program is a great program," said Stehany Delgado, whose family fell behind on payments. "We're trying to keep our house."

    Click here to see what documents to bring or call 888-499-6222.

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