"After I was laid off from my job and I had my first child, I knew I was in a bad position. When my lender started foreclosure proceedings, Iowa Mortgage Help got involved. The process was very smooth and my rep stayed in contact with me, and even afterward called to make sure everything was going okay."
-- Zakiya Jenkins
"In August 2006, my husband and I were notified by the mortgage company that our rate was going to adjust. I contacted them about locking in a rate, only to be told that they wouldn't be able to help. Our house payment went up $700/month. We struggled to put gas in our vehicles to get to work and to buy groceries. Then, a friend gave me the number to Iowa Mortgage Help. We are convinced that without the vast knowledge and assistance of Iowa Mortgage Help, we would have lost our home."
-- John & Andrea Davison
"I don't know what I would have done without the help of Iowa Mortgage Help. After a long and expensive battle with medical bills, I faced foreclosure of a home that has been in my family for over 100 years. I was finally able to get a successful loan modification and a payment I can afford in order to take care of my home. I'd have lost everything if it wasn't for their assistance."
-- Rebecca Swyers
Attorneys representing lenders in foreclosure actions in Iowa are required by Iowa Code section 654.4B(2) to send a mediation notice to the borrowers on two occasions: 1) the first communication with the borrower and 2) with the foreclosure notice and petition if one is filed.
You may view the notice here. It may be printed directly from the website but it must be printed in color.
You may also request copies of the notice printed in color below and they will be sent to you free of charge.
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