Foreclosures seminar held to provide aid

Can’t afford your home mortgage payment and afraid of going into foreclosure?
San Mateo has teamed up with the nonprofit Housing and Economics Rights Advocates to present a three-hour seminar to answer questions and inform homeowners of their rights if they are on the verge of going into foreclosure.
The free seminar will be held Saturday at San Mateo City Hall, Room C, 330 West 20th Ave., 9 a.m. to noon.
Sandy Council, neighborhood improvement and housing manager for San Mateo, said the seminar will focus on the legal rights of homeowners, the process of foreclosure as well as tenants’ rights and more.
Housing and Economic Rights Advocates is a statewide, nonprofit legal service and advocacy organization.

 

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