Where can I find additional financing resources?
- Federal Student Aid: The U.S. Department of Education has more details about federally backed student loans and how they’re being handled during the coronavirus.
- What you need to know about student loans and the coronavirus: This Consumer Financial Protection Bureau blog provides helpful details about student loan provisions under the new law.
- Zillow’s Mortgage Learning Center: This is a helpful resource for anyone thinking about buying or refinancing in the near or distant future. Saving takes time, so it’s never too early to learn about financing if homeownership is one of your goals.
- Mortgage forbearance information: If you have lost your job or are experiencing economic hardship, you may be eligible for forbearance or other mortgage relief. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau helps explain forbearance in detail.
- The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has the latest news updates about foreclosure and eviction suspension.
- HUD-approved reverse mortgage housing counseling agency or default counseling agency offers help to homeowners who have reverse mortgages.
- The Federal Housing Finance Agency has tools for you to securely look up whether your loan is owned by Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae.
- The Department of Veterans Affairs has information for veterans who have a VA mortgage. They also have loan technicians you can contact: (877) 827-3702.
- Free, local legal aid programs may be able to help if you’re facing foreclosure or have been served with legal papers.