Attorney General Conway Announces Allocation of National Mortgage Foreclosure Settlement
Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway announced today, Monday, July 30, 2012, that his office will allocate the $19.2 million Kentucky received as part of the National Mortgage Settlement to agencies that create affordable housing, provide relief or legal assistance to homeowners facing foreclosure, redevelop foreclosed properties and reduce blight created by vacant properties.
Program helped over 1,500 Kentucky homeowners avoid foreclosure
Homeowners who lost their job due to the economy have a resource to help them with their mortgage payments. The Unemployment Bridge Program provides a forgivable loan to homeowners who have lost their job or had a reduction in employment income through no fault of their own.
Governor Announces Additional Mortgage Help for Active Job Seekers
Kentucky originally expected to receive $55.6 million, but received notification today that that state will receive an additional $93.3 million for a total of $148.9 million.
Governor Announces Federal Mortgage Help for Active Job Seekers
Governor Announces Federal Mortgage Help for Active Job Seekers Press Release Date Wednesday, August 11, 2010 Contact Information Kerri Richardson Jill Midkiff 502 564 2611 FRANKFORT, Ky. — Gov. Steve Beshear, along with Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) Chief Executive Officer
Governor Beshear Announces Over $1.5 Million Awarded to Help Homeowners Facing Foreclosure
Joined by Lexington Mayor Jim Newberry and Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) Chief Executive Officer Richard L. McQuady, Governor Steve Beshear announced on Friday, February 6, that the Kentucky Homeownership Protection Center would receive a grant in excess of $1.5 million from NeighborWorks® America as a part of the federal Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008.
Governor Beshear Announces Kentucky Homeownership Protection Center
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear announced at a press conference in Owensboro the creation of the Kentucky Homeownership Protection Center established by the 2008 Kentucky General Assembly to address the foreclosure crisis in Kentucky. The Protection Center will help Kentuckians in financial trouble become more proactive in keeping their homes.
First Protect My Kentucky Home Information Fair Held
Many Americans are losing their homes, sometimes through no fault of their own. Lexington homeowners learned valuable information in the fight to save their homes at the first Protect My Kentucky Home Information Fair held last night, Monday, September 29, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Lexington.