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Counseling 2013
eHome America
Certification can be completed in-person or online via the eHome America portal.
Free Homeownership Counseling workshops for 2013 were announced on the blog last week.  The next three workshops:

February 16
March 20
April 20

To register email Pamela Petty at PamP@stambros.org
or call Pamela at
410-366-8550 ext. 222.
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St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center, Inc.

321 E. 25th Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

Are You in the market to buy a home?
This is Urgent
CityLIFT Announcement
CityLIFT Announcement
Wells Fargo's Andrew Bertamini, Mayor Rawlings-Blake, & NeighborWorks' Deborah Boatright January 7, 2013
You could qualify for $15,000 in down payment assistance for purchasing a Baltimore home.  Wells Fargo's CityLIFT is taking applications [Click for PDF Flyer].
Households earning up to 120%  of area median income - $102,700 for a household of four - are eligible for the $15,000 award.
There are 65 awards available between now and April; buyers must have:
1) Homebuyer education certificate
2) Mortgage pre-approval from an approved lender
3) Signed sales contract
St. Ambrose's Free Homeownership Counseling is an approved site to receive homebuyer education to qualify for CityLIFT - see sidebar for details.
St. Ambrose Homes Qualify for $15,000 CityLIFT Program
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St. Ambrose has more than a dozen beautifully renovated homes for sale that qualify for the $15,000 CityLIFT downpayment assistance - and other incentives.

Visit our Homes for Sale page or share this email with a friend.
Awarded: Foreclosure Settlement Grants
Executive Director Gerard Joab accepting a grant for Legal Services from Attorney General Doug Gansler and DHCD Assistant Secretary Carol Gilbert; January 10, 2013
The Attorney General's Mortgage Servicers Settlement provided funding to St. Ambrose for legal services.  The agency was awarded a three year grant from the Office of the Attorney General and the Department of Housing and Community Development to continue foreclosure prevention interventions.
For more information about foreclosure prevention counseling and legal services, call
410-366-8550 or visit our website.