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State foreclosure prevention fund available for hardship assistance

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By Staff Brunswick Beacon

A stimulus-funded state foreclosure prevention fund is available for homeowners facing certain hardships to prevent foreclosure proceedings.

Brunswick County Clerk of Court Jim MacCallum said he learned about foreclosure prevention fund at a recent clerks of court conference in Durham, and he wants eligible Brunswick County homeowners to utilize the fund if they qualify.

The fund has been established to help North Carolina homeowners who are struggling to pay their mortgage due to the loss of a job or other financial hardship that occurred on or after Jan. 1, 2008.


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