Wednesday, June 17, 2009

MPR: Foreclosure is Even Harder for Single Women

As part of Minnesota Public Radio's ongoing series on foreclosures in Minnesota, Annie Baxter has broadcast a piece on the unique challenges facing single-female headed households facing foreclosure.

The piece, which first aired on Tuesday, June 16th and is now available online, includes some stats (graphic) on homebuyers, an interview with Ed Nelson from the Center, as well as a client that was assisted by the Neighborhood Development Alliance (NeDA) in St. Paul. NeDA is a member of the Center's network of foreclosure prevention providers.

The on-line article, including a link to the recorded broadcast, is here.

Knowing what to do when facing foreclosure - or struggling with mortgage payments - can be confusing whether you're a family or a single-parent. In Minnesota, there is a statewide network of FREE, NON-BIASED, non-profit organizations, like the Neighborhood Development Alliance, that can assist you. If you're struggling with mortgage payments, click here to find the agency that's closest to you and will best be able to help.

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