City Contributes $100,000 To Homeowner Relief
(Las Vegas, NV) The City of Las Vegas and the Nevada Attorney General’s Office are partnering to battle the housing relief crisis in Nevada.
Mayor Carolyn Goodman presented A.G. Catherine Cortez Masto with a check for $100,000 to help with Home Again, a no-fee homeowner relief program.
“The housing crisis has affected us all. This Home Again partnership is a demonstration of how government entities can effectively streamline resources and work together to benefit residents and potential homebuyers throughout the state,” says Mayor Carolyn Goodman.
Home Again, the statewide program initiated by A.G. Masto, is designed to help Nevadans determine what state or federal assistance may be available to them with a single one-stop, free resource.
“We know that there is a need and an unfulfilled demand across this state for stable, healthy communities. Smart community development efforts require government, community groups and business groups to combine resources to ensure that the help Nevadans need is available to them,” says Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto.
The Home Again program is a public service as a result of the National Mortgage Settlement designed for:
- Those seeking credit restoration
- Households working toward home ownership
- Homeowners seeking loan modification
- Those who are facing foreclosure
The single point of service is available by calling 855-457-4638 and is open from 7am-7pm.
Masto is warning all Nevadans to be aware of scams and if you feel you are a victim go to AG.NV.GOV to submit a complaint or call the A.G.’s hotline at 702-486-3132.
Information is also available at HomeAgainNevada.gov