Foreclosure Prevention & Fair Lending


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Represent Yourself in Foreclosure:
A Guide for Connecticut Homeowners

The Connecticut Fair Housing Center serves as a resource for borrowers, housing counselors, consumer attorneys, and policy makers on foreclosure prevention, fair and responsible lending, and mortgage lending discrimination.

The Center also presents regular clinics for homeowners statewide and publishes the user-friendly “Represent Yourself in Foreclosure: A Guide for Connecticut Homeowners” available in English and in Spanish.

Currently, any Connecticut homeowners at risk of foreclosure may schedule a free Foreclosure Advice Virtual Meeting to speak with an attorney at the Center and receive legal advice about representing yourself in a foreclosure case.

You can also watch the videos below for more information about forbearance options available to homeowners impacted by COVID-19 and the foreclosure process:

Information on Forbearance Options Available to Homeowners Impacted by COVID-19

A Brief Guide to the Foreclosure Process

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