Hardest Hit Fund
For program eligibility requirements, to see if you qualify for assistance, and to complete an application: Click here
For a printable flyer of the Program Summary:
The foreclosure process in Georgia is non-judicial. This means that the lender may begin foreclosure proceedings without going to court. There are steps that the lender must take to initiate the foreclosure. You must be at least 90 days behind on your mortgage.
The lender or the lenderís attorney must advertise the intended date of foreclosure for 30 days in a legal publication in your county of residence. We recommend that you speak to a certified housing counselor for answers to your specific questions and for assistance in avoiding foreclosure.
If you need help now, contact a housing counselor. A link is found below under Downloads and Related Links.
Outreach ToolkitOutreach Toolkit (Word)
Request for Qualifications:
Public notice is hereby given that the Georgia Housing and Finance Authority, the designated state housing finance agency whose programs are administered by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs ("DCA"), is requesting qualifications from eligible firms or entities to serve as a Regional Partner to assist DCA in the administration of the HomeSafe Georgia program. Beginning December 17, 2012, a copy of the Request for Qualifications, which contains selection criteria and submittal requirements, can be obtained below or you may contact Mary Ann Knox by email. Responses must be received in the offices of the Georgia Housing and Finance Authority c/o Georgia Department of Community Affairs, 60 Executive Park South, N.E., Atlanta, GA 30329, Attention: RFQ: HomeSafe Georgia, by 4:00 PM per the deadlines listed in Section III of the Request for Qualifications.
GHFA Affordable Housing Financial Statements
For additional assistance contact Hardest Hit Fund (HHF).
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