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Post by Guest on Mon May 30, 2011 11:19 pm

How Will It Work?

To be eligibile for the program, you must meet the following requirements.

Be at least three months behind in your payments and have a reasonable likelihood of being able to resume repayment of your mortgage payments and related housing expenses within two years.

Have a mortgage property that is your principal residence. You may not own a second home.

Be able to demonstrate a good payment record before your reduction of income.

States Receiving Help


To be eligible, your state must have experienced an unemployment rate higher than the national average over the last 12 months.

Alabama
California
Florida
Georgia
Illinois
Indiana
Kentucky
Michigan
Mississippi
Nevada
New Jersey
North Carolina
Ohio
Oregon
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Tennessee
Washington DC

http://tier5unemploymentextensionnews.com/more-help-for-unemployed-homeowners/

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Re: More Help For Unemployed Homeowners

Post by Judi58 on Tue May 31, 2011 10:27 am

What about RENTERS no help for us.. I am happy the home owners are getting help .. maybe renters can camp in the back yard... Smile

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Re: More Help For Unemployed Homeowners

Post by Guest on Tue May 31, 2011 1:14 pm

Judi58, renters assistance is handled through your caseworker at your Social Service office. If you have applied for food stamps or medicaid, the caseworker assigned to you will be able to help you with all the documentation you need for that. I don't know how much each state's benefit is, but that's where it is available. Good Luck.

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Post by Judi58 on Tue May 31, 2011 1:26 pm

MaryKay wrote:Judi58, renters assistance is handled through your caseworker at your Social Service office. If you have applied for food stamps or medicaid, the caseworker assigned to you will be able to help you with all the documentation you need for that. I don't know how much each state's benefit is, but that's where it is available. Good Luck.

Thank you.. I went there.. They told me they would help with 187 a month.. I am in So Cal.. I asked them to find me an apt for that.. I actually live in a rent control apt for 840.00 that is LOW for here...
I have been here 17 years.... Social Services has turned me down for everything... I am going back to fight for food stamps.. I am lucky my x husband stepped in to help and I sold my car.. roof for at least 2 more months.. then I hope I will get my school loan I went back to school if not for that. I would be on the street OR dead... I do not believe we will ever see a extension for 99ers.. Sorry guys...
The house will never help becasue then they will have to admit the REAL UI # and they will never do that..

Think I will change from judi58 to nohope.. or donecaring Very Happy

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Re: More Help For Unemployed Homeowners

Post by Guest on Tue May 31, 2011 1:40 pm

Judi58 wrote:
MaryKay wrote:Judi58, renters assistance is handled through your caseworker at your Social Service office. If you have applied for food stamps or medicaid, the caseworker assigned to you will be able to help you with all the documentation you need for that. I don't know how much each state's benefit is, but that's where it is available. Good Luck.

Thank you.. I went there.. They told me they would help with 187 a month.. I am in So Cal.. I asked them to find me an apt for that.. I actually live in a rent control apt for 840.00 that is LOW for here...
I have been here 17 years.... Social Services has turned me down for everything... I am going back to fight for food stamps.. I am lucky my x husband stepped in to help and I sold my car.. roof for at least 2 more months.. then I hope I will get my school loan I went back to school if not for that. I would be on the street OR dead... I do not believe we will ever see a extension for 99ers.. Sorry guys...
The house will never help becasue then they will have to admit the REAL UI # and they will never do that..

Think I will change from judi58 to nohope.. or donecaring Very Happy

I am with you, Judi. In RI there is NO help, other than SNAP, if you are single, no children under 18 and not disabled. I get nothing at all other than food stamps, which were cut at my last re-evaluation in March because I received help from my family. Now that will end - two of my sisters, both teachers for 25+ years will be losing their jobs at the end of the school year.

Forget about Medicaid, I'm not eligible. I have had not health insurance for over three years now. The COBRA subsidy wasn't available when I got laid off.

I'm looking around my house right now to see what I can sell in order to buy a decent tent to live in.

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Re: More Help For Unemployed Homeowners

Post by Judi58 on Tue May 31, 2011 9:38 pm

I hear that... I am at the point I am Embarassed of my goverment.. Aide to everyone but our own.. how sad this is what we have become...

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