You don’t need to be behind on your mortgage payments to seek help. If you are struggling to make your monthly mortgage payments because of a job loss (through no fault of your own) or other temporary financial hardship (i.e. divorce, serious illness, or death of a co-signor) the N.C. Foreclosure Prevention Fund™ may be able to help you save your home from foreclosure.
If you are currently behind in your mortgage payments or feel that you are at risk of falling behind, call one of our counselors today at (919) 807-8400 to schedule an appointment.
We offer this program in partnership with the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency using funds from the U.S. Treasury.
RADA Service Area By County:
Chatham, Cumberland, Durham, Edgecombe, Franklin, Halifax, Harnett, Johnston, Lee, Nash, Orange, Sampson, Wake, Wayne, and Wilson.
Take The 8-Hour Homebuyer Education Workshop Online
Course Fee: $99
What Our Clients Say About Us
“We went over there wondering what was going to happen, if we were going to still have our home. We left there wondering what did happen, what just happened because they were just so incredible!"
~ Monica Brown
"My husband and I were at our wits end with our house and my unemployment status, and in came RADA. Our counselor, Shirley, was calming and very thorough, detailed and the utmost professional. She is an angel from heaven and I would highly recommend her to another homeowner in need. She is truly an asset to your organization in a time when the economy is tough for the unemployed. Please pass my thanks to her."
~ Joan G.
"Because of a very ugly divorce, I couldn't keep up with the mortgage payments on my house. I called RADA and got approved for the Mortgage Payment Program. Thanks to that program, my mortgage was paid while I got back on my feet. After that I applied for a loan modification with RADA's help and was approved. Thanks to your awesome counselors, My children and I were able to keep our home. I cannot thank you enough."
~ Candice R.
“We felt that we were gonna lose the house. And we felt that there was going to be no hope. We felt that we were gonna be out on the streets. Fortunately, we found RADA. And when we first came in, we felt (you know) apprehensive. We didn’t think that the loan would go through. And it was a hard 30-days waiting period. There was a lot of stuff that we had to do, going to the courthouse, pulling documents and stuff like that. But Emma was great. She kept telling us, 'Don’t give up yet. Don’t give up yet.' And finally we got that phone call, and we found out that we were approved. So that was a big load lifted off our backs."