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Save Your Home: Foreclosure Prevention Workshop

Save Your Home: Foreclosure Prevention Workshop

Bradenton, FL – The foreclosure epidemic in the United States is showing no sign of slowing down, especially since millions of Americans are underwater on their mortgage, owing more than their home is worth.

Facing foreclosure is stressful for families, especially if they do not full understand the process. To educate homeowners about the options that are available, the Neighborhood Community Foundation will conduct a free foreclosure prevention workshop in Bradenton on Thursday, June 23 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Days Inn at 3506 1st Street W.

An independent, nonprofit organization based in Sarasota, the Neighborhood Community Foundation strives to help residents develop a better understanding of the foreclosure process, recognize their legal rights, and learn about their options and potential solutions so they can remain in their home.

"Many American homeowners currently in foreclosure are being victimized by fraudulent actions from lenders and/or lawyers,” said David Candler Hicks, a foreclosure defense attorney who will serve as the keynote speaker. “Knowledge is power, and homeowners can more effectively fight foreclosure by knowing about the process and understanding how it directly applies to their situation.”

Public to get free foreclosure help in Manatee

Public to get free foreclosure help in Manatee

Bradenton, Florida -- People facing problems with their mortgage or who just have questions about the foreclosure process may soon get some answers.

Gulf Coast Legal Services, a non-profit legal organization, is holding a free housing event on Wednesday, May 18.

Attorneys will be on hand to help people better understand the "Making Home Affordable" home modification program, as well as answer other legal questions.

Parade of Homes

Parade of Homes

Citrus County, FL -- Take a stroll through Citrus and Hernando County like never before, with the annual Parade of Homes.


Citrus County and Hernando County builders have constructed the finest homes available, and it was all done for you and your family to view.


The annual Parade of Homes publication will guide you throughout the area with photos, as well as address and directions, to each of the models.

Subdivision for veterans opens in Tampa Bay area

Subdivision for veterans opens in Tampa Bay area

Palmetto, FL (AP) -- The Tampa Bay area is now home to a new subdivision created for veterans, law enforcement officers and others.


The Veterans Village in Palmetto boasts homes that can be customized for disabled residents. It offers 100 percent financing and a $4,000 discount for veterans, as well as help getting a mortgage through the Department of Veterans Affairs and other government grants.