SEPTEMBER 2013
KEEPYOURHOMECALIFORNIA | NEWSLETTER

Welcome!
This is the first installment of the Keep Your Home California newsletter. These newsletters will allow you to track program progress, learn about changes, show what is happening in your area, and keep you apprised of important updates. We are excited about the opportunity to provide this information to you directly on a regular basis.
  
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Servicer Scorecard

How does your mortgage servicer score with Keep Your Home California? Now there's a quick and easy way to find out. Servicer Scorecards are the latest addition to the Keep Your Home California website.

 

Every servicer that participates in one or more Keep Your Home California mortgage assistance program is assessed on a number of different performance levels. With a quick glance, website visitors can see a collection of useful information for each Keep Your Home California servicer.

  

This scorecard helps homeowners get a very clear picture of how closely their mortgage servicer is working with Keep Your Home California to decrease the number of preventable foreclosures in our state.

 

View most recent scorecard

San Diego U-T: Mario López:
The face of state housing program
  
Mario Lopez, of "Saved by the Bell" and "Extra" fame, has become the face of a government-funded program that helps Californians who are struggling to make their mortgage payments. Read More
Funding
(as of Sept. 16, 2013)

Programs
  
Homeowners Assisted
Total Amount Distributed
Unemployment Mortgage Assistance
22,749
$256,449,070.50
Principal Reduction Program
2,149
$94,925,918.63
Mortgage Reinstatement Assistance Program
4,081
$49,677,731.60
Transition Assistance Program
365$1,322,572.22
Total Program
Funds Allocated
29,344
$402,375,292.95
Recent Blog Post:
We speak the language of mortgage assistance, regardless of the homeowner's preferred language

Conserva tu casa. Panatilihin ang pagmamay ari ng inyong tahanan. Tirzhiy svoy dom. However you say it, we know your language.

 

Keep Your Home California can handle calls in virtually any language. In fact, we have received calls from homeowners in 48 different dialects and each homeowner had their questions answered in their native tongue. Read More

Success Story: Iris O.
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Daughter finds free program to help her parents with the mortgage.  

 

Homeowner Iris O. had a difficult - and different - situation.

 

She bought a house with her parents in Sanger, California. But when she became engaged, she moved out of the house. Then, her father lost his longtime job. Read More 

Monthly Question & Answer
Q: What documents will I need to provide if I am generally eligible for program assistance?

A: The required documentation varies by program. Our representatives will explain which documents are required based on program eligibility. Depending on the program, the following are examples of documentation that are or may be required: pay stubs, EDD payment stub, bank statements, hardship affidavit, 3rd party disclosure, tax forms from previous years, a copy of an investor approved short sale or deed-in-lieu documentation. Keep Your Home California representatives are available to help you with simple and clear guidance on the document requirements of each program. 

 

See more frequently asked questions

Dollar Assistance Provided to Date by County  
(as of Sept. 16, 2013)

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Upcoming Events 
September 21, 2013
3:30pm - 5:30pm
Housing & Counseling American Dream Event
Sacramento, CA
September 21, 2013
9:00am - 2:00pm
We Connect Resource Fair
Oakland, CA
September 25, 2013
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Home Retention Clinic
Los Angeles, CA
 
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