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Center for Nonprofit Housing (CNH)
A TrueNorth Community Service

6308 S Warner Ave
PO Box 149
Fremont, MI 49412
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Phone: 231.924.0641 x129
Fax: 231.924.5594

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Did you know that the HARP and HAMP programs are ending December 31, 2016? You may still be eligible for a refinance of your mortgage, even if you've been denied in the past! Check out the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac sites to look up your loan to see if you are eligible. According to them, over 28,000 Michigan residents are still eligible! 

Committed to assuring all members of our community have access to quality affordable housing, one home at a time.

73 QUARTERLINE, NEWAYGO

 73 Quarterline is more than just an address. It was an abandoned home and an eyesore for the City of Newaygo. The city purchased the property from the county for the price of delinquent taxes, with demolition in mind as a likely option for removal of the blight. The Center for Nonprofit Housing Homebuyer Program had previously invested federal, state and local funds into this pivotal downtown neighborhood through rehabilitation of twelve homes and demolition of two homes within a five block vicinity. When 73 Quarterline became available, CNH saw the potential to redeem this home as an asset for the neighborhood.  After purchasing the property, CNH staff filled a 20-yard dumpster with debris left behind to make way for the contractors. Major renovations of this structure transformed it into a beautiful, energy efficient and safe home, ready to be filled with children’s laughter once again.

The impact of the CNH homebuyer program reaches far beyond the single family purchasing the home. Local contractors are employed to complete the work, the city benefits from increased tax revenue, local lenders and title companies benefit from the purchase, and the community has fewer vacancies. Creating healthy neighborhoods is one aspect of developing vibrant communities, which CNH has been committed to this endeavour for the past 18 years.  Other CNH initiatives include rental rehab projects, blight elimination, transitional housing and creating neighborhood associations. 

HELP FOR PAYING PAST DUE PROPERTY TAXES

STEP FORWARD MICHIGAN 

Step Forward Michigan will re-open applications May 1, 2016!  

See www.stepforwardmichigan.org  for additional updates.

Save Your Home! There is more help available now than ever before! Don't wait!

   HOW CNH CAN HELP YOU

Mortgage and/or tax foreclosure can happen to anyone! Because CNH is a nonprofit agency, we have your best interest at heart. Contact one of our certified counselors today to explore options available with your lender. CNH is a HUD certified counseling agency.

YOU DO HAVE A CHOICE!

Don’t wait until it’s too late! We may be able to help you keep your home! Call us today! 231-924-0641

Avoid Foreclosure | Explore Your Options

What's New

 Hardest Hit Funds

Good News! 
CNH received word this week that the state of Michigan was awarded $188 million in additional Hardest Hit Funds from the US Department of Teasury! While the bulk of the money will go towards blight elimination in Flint and Detroit, there will be funds set aside for helping people behind on their mortgage or taxes. Applications will resume May 1, 2016. Check back here for more information, or head to
www.stepforwardmichigan.org for more information. 

Foreclosure Resources

HUD - Find a HUD certified housing counselor near you.

MSHDA - Find a MSHDA certified housing counselor near you.

Making Home Affordable - President Obama's initiative that offers mortgage assistance to struggling homeowners through a variety of programs.

Step Forward Michigan - Portal to MSHDA's site for Hardest Hit program.

Local Resources 

Call 211

DHS

Five CAP

Legal Aid of Western Michigan

Love In The Name of Christ (Love INC)

United Way of the Lakeshore

TrueNorth Community Services

Click here for informative videos on mortgage scams

Click here for information from Feddie Mac   

Click here for information on loan scams 

Click here for information on the Michigan Foreclosure Prevention Project

 

  

 

 



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